Little Boy Lost

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1953
  • Running time: 95 min
Little Boy Lost is a 1953 American drama film directed by George Seaton and starring Bing Crosby, Claude Dauphin, and Christian Fourcade. Based on the novel Little Boy Lost by Marghanita Laski, the film is about a war correspondent stationed in Paris... read more

Little Boy Lost is a 1953 American drama film directed by George Seaton and starring Bing Crosby, Claude Dauphin, and Christian Fourcade. Based on the novel Little Boy Lost by Marghanita Laski, the film is about a war correspondent stationed in Paris during World War II and once married to a French girl who was murdered by the Nazis. Following the war, he returns to France trying to find his son, whom he lost during a bombing raid but has been told is living in an orphanage in Paris. Costumes were designed by Edith Head. Makeup was supervised by Wally Westmore.

Original Release

09/21/1953

US Release

09/21/1953

Cast

Bing Crosby Bill Wainright / Bill Wainwright
Claude Dauphin Pierre Verdier
Christian Fourcade Jean / Jean (The Little Boy)
Gabrielle Dorziat Mother Superior
Nicole Maurey Lisa Garret
Colette Deréal Nelly
Peter Baldwin Lt. Walker
Georgette Anys Madame Quilleboeuf
Yola d'Avril Madame Le Blanc
Jean Del Val Dr. Biroux
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

George Seaton

Writers

Marghanita Laski, George Seaton

Cast

Bing Crosby Bill Wainright / Bill Wainwright
Claude Dauphin Pierre Verdier
Christian Fourcade Jean / Jean (The Little Boy)
Gabrielle Dorziat Mother Superior
Nicole Maurey Lisa Garret
Colette Deréal Nelly
Peter Baldwin Lt. Walker
Georgette Anys Madame Quilleboeuf
Yola d'Avril Madame Le Blanc
Jean Del Val Dr. Biroux
Henri Letondal Tracing Service Clerk
Michael Moore Attache
Tina Blagoi Sister Therese
Jean Champommier Boy
Michel Champommier Boy
Susan Dakins Lost Boy (infant)
René de Loffre Boy
Allan Douglas Aide to Attaché
Arthur Dulac Waiter
Roger Etienne Waiter

Producers

Editors

Alma Macrorie

1954Golden GlobeBest Film Promoting International Understanding Won
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