Decades ago I was given a copy of a recording of two dialogues that had been prepared to serve as part of a textbook package, Langue et littérature: A Second Course in French. Listening Speaking Reading Writing, apparently in its first edition in 1967, by Thomas H. Brown, long of Brigham Young University, about whom you can read this obituary.
I am not sure who wrote the dialogues; it may have been Professor Brown himself. Nor do I know who acted in them. I am very fond of them, however, because: they are very funny, with lots of sly digs at aspects of French culture; they are very well acted; and they contain heaps of useful French expressions. They came with no transcription, so I made transcriptions of my own, which I then used, along with the recording, in various advanced French courses I taught.