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Mademoiselle Fifi - Publicity Stills
Here are a few photos taken to help publicize RKO's Mademoiselle Fifi (1944), starring Simone Simon and Kurt Kreuger. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.


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Mademoiselle Fifi (1944) -- (Movie Clip) In Occupied France Opening from director Robert Wise and screenwriters Josef Mischel and Peter Ruric, from a Guy de Maupassant story, establishing France during the 1870 Prussian occupation, Charles Waldron a priest, Kurt Kreuger the improbably named title character, in Mademoiselle Fifi, 1944, starring Simone Simon.
Mademoiselle Fifi (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Little Launderesses Or Liberals Introducing the protagonist, Simone Simon as laundress Elisabeth, catching a stage during the 1870 Prussian occupation of France with her social superiors (the bourgeoisie Alan Napier, Romaine Callender, Helen Freeman, Norma Varden, and Edmund Glover the priest), Jason Robards the voluble merchant, John Emery the agitator, in Mademoiselle Fifi, 1944.
Mademoiselle Fifi (1944) -- (Movie Clip) More Than A Patriot Everybody happier as resourceful laundress Elisabeth (Simone Simon) has shared her plentiful poultry with her famished upper-class stage coach companions, congratulated especially by Norma Varden and Jason Robards Sr., during the 1870 Prussian occupation of France, in RKO’s Mademoiselle Fifi, 1944.
Mademoiselle Fifi -- (Movie Clip) With Fifi Fellow travelers listen in as Prussian Lieutenant "Fifi" von Eyrick (Kurt Kreuger) attempts to bend Elizabeth (Simone Simon) to his will in Mademoiselle Fifi, 1944.
Fear (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Why Should I Be Reasonable? The thoughts of Irene (Ingrid Bergman, wife of the director), wife of a German industrial scientist, making her way through an unnamed city to meet with her lover (Kurt Kreuger) open the last film she made with Roberto Rosselini, the quasi-thriller German-Italian co-production Fear, 1954.