Black and White

Black and White (French: Le blanc et le noir) is a 1931 French comedy film directed by Marc Allégret and Robert Florey and starring Raimu, André Alerme and Louis Baron fils. Described as a "feeble racist comedy" it is notable for giving a feature screen debut to the comedian Fernandel. It is an adaptation of the 1922 play of the same title by Sacha Guitry, who wrote the screenplay.