Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Director Maurice Cloche's sole cinematic contribution of 1946 was Jeux de Femmes. Jacques Dumesnil stars as a carefree young man, living in exquisite sin with the lovely Mila Parely. But upon learning that his rich uncle will cut him out of his will if he doesn't marry, Dumesnil frantically searches about for an appropriate wife, leaving Parely in the lurch (which doesn't seem to bother her too much). Our hero's friends publicize Dumesnil's impending marriage to Helen Perdiere, who supposedly has been provided as an "instant wife" by an employment agent. Naturally, boy and girl fall in love on their own, without his friends' well-meaning intervention.
girlfriend, inheritance, uncle