About the film
Holiday for Henrietta
Release Date: December 17, 1952
|Production Companies||:||Regina Films|
|Writers||:||Julien Duvivier, Henri Jeanson|
Two scriptwriters argue about the fate of Henrietta, a charming and gamine shopgirl. One favors a comical path for their heroine, who is overcome with sentimental love for a young photographer on Bastille Day. The other has a more thrilling and dastardly fate in mind for her. Among the film's irresistible conceits is Hildegarde Neff as an oversexed circus bareback rider.