Naughty Arlette

Synopsis: Arlette is a malicious schoolgirl who uses her feminine charms to attract, and then destroy, every man gullible enough to respond to her flirtations. She sets her cap for the art professor ...
80 min



Back to the nursery

Hunger and misery

Peace and austerity

Oh what a night

It's nice to see you again ladies back

Thank you Withers,just to be back, holidays are too jolly short

They just fly

Surely you have or you will be late for the assembly

He's right,better drop balance and bail out our boats

It's all right,Withers,she's crazy on boats

Boats and boys without you

You bet without you and with me

New girls,report to my room,please

I say,did you managed to bring home what I wanted from Paris?

I'm terribly sorry,Daddy run out of Francs on Easter Monday

Had to flog petrol coupons

I've got lots to tell you

"Mens sana in corpore sano"

Sound mind in a sound body

Talking to yourself,it's the first time going potty

Wait till you see his picture,he has a cute little cutter

A what?

Cutter,a sailboat with two sails,stupid

I thought you meant Miss Darsham

Well,come along

Au revoir,Norah,half term won't be long,you know

-Good bye,darling -Good bye

Sheila Jones is a very sweet girl

Just one thing more,Matron,I'm very anxious about Joan catching so many colds

That's all right,Mrs Wheeler, I'll se that she doesn't

and now if you please

You must insist her to continue to wear her warm underwear

spring can be very treacherous,you know

Suffering cats

What did you say dear?

I say,Patricia,we can't stop now,got to see Matron

-Have you seen this? -What

-About new teacher -What about it?

It's a him

Him? You don't think to say a Masters is coming to Littleton

Not coming.According to this,he is here

Miss Emilia Lightfoot having resigned

Literature and Art will now be taken by Mr Arnold Dickson

Doctor of Literature,Bachelor of Arts

Do you think he is a Bachelor too or only of Arts?

Isn't it funny

He's probably as dull as ditch water

The only men they ever allow in this place, have warts on their noses and bald heads

They say that Masters are much more severe

Not.My sister who is at Wallingham says they are much nicer

And you can do as you like

That's depends upon what you like to do

I wonder how old he is?

What does it meant there would be to you. They are all the same

Some squeak,some growl,some low

But at heart

They are all very small boys

She should know

All girls in the assembly hall

I suppose that where we would hear it

Arlette Tesserau,think of that hat

Sit down,girls

I hope you all enjoyed your Easter Holidays

and benefited by them

and that you are now ready to put the maximum effort

into your works and games this term

I've asked you to come here this afternoon for a special reason

although the Summer term has not started officially until tomorrow morning

Miss Lightfoot,as you know

resigned at the end of last term to take up a position abroad

And as Littleton is a modern, and I hope a progressive finishing school

We decided,as those of you who have looked at the notice board

will have seen already, to introduce a Master here in Miss Lightfoot's place

To teach Literature and History of Art

We have been exceedingly fortunate

in securing the services of a very distinguished scholar

who is well known as the author of several books on the old Masters

Those of you who studied Italian art last term

should certainly know his book about Botticelli

I sincerely hope that everyone of you

will take the fullest advantage of his teaching

and accord him your wholehearted co-operation

Mr Arnold Dickson

Ladies and Gen..

I'm sorry

Young ladies I don't propose to make a speech

I only want to thank you for the welcome that you have given me

It's going to be a new experience for me to teach girls

just as it is going to be a new experience for you

-A bit pocket -A bit pompous

But be that as it may

I see no reasons why we should not get on very well together

Nor do I,sweetie pie

What a pity,he is not a chef, that's what needed here

I hope you enjoy the subjects

the lives and works of the great painters and poets and authors

If changed the whole life would

Is a profoundly absorbing studies

I can only say in conclusion, that I'm looking forward to my work here

and I wish you all a happy and successful term

He would be better without glasses

But half of me is sleeping

You,you love him already,you

Oh,yes,you'll see

He is my father

-Good Afternoon -Good Afternoon

-Hello,Mummy -Hello,Helen,Darling

I see my rival for your affections turned up

No damage I hope

Other than a scratch on the back leg

But the men swear they didn't do it

Oh,who aren't doing that,there are some inches of scratches, which are new one,Mummy

That's for the Lady want to know

Oh dear,I do hope you two aren't(inaudible)

But,dear,I'm still unpacking

Mummy,it's a lovely school,you should have heard the way the girls clapped Daddy

And so they should

Julie,dear,go and put the potatoes on,will you?

Right away

And Julie,while you are there

open a tin of baked beans there, if you could find the tin opener



Say very well anything you like but not righto

Sounds like a butcher boy


OK.All comes from see too many films

Do you want the plinth in here,Madam?

Yes,that'll be all right

How did it go?

Oh,all right.Miss Hallam introduced me and I did a few words for them

Short and I hope to the point and they applauded politely

And you were scared stiff

Absolutely petrified

Here is my chair

This is a nice little place

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Serge Véber

Serge Véber (1897–1976) was a French screenwriter and film director. He also worked as a lyricist for operettas and was involved with many hit songs. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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