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Song of the Streets (1933)
"Dans les rues" (original title)

Passed  -  Crime | Drama | Romance  -  4 September 1939 (USA)
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A gang of poverty-ridden juvenile delinquents progress from petty theft to hard crime, but a kindly judge manages to set most of them on the right path after they are finally apprehended.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Vladimir Sokoloff ...
Le père Schlamp
Madeleine Ozeray ...
Rosalie - la fille du père Schlamp
Marcelle Worms ...
Madame Lérande (as Marcelle-Jean Worms)
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Jacques
Lucien Paris ...
Maurice
Paulette Dubost ...
Pauline
Charlotte Dauvia ...
Jeanne - la belle qui chante
Germaine Michel ...
La concierge
Le Petit Patachou ...
Moustique - le fils de la concierge
Humbert ...
Cigare
Roger Legris ...
Moutarde
Emile Rosen ...
Gobiche
François Llenas ...
Main Droite (as François Llénas)
René Prat ...
Main Gauche
Pierre Lugan ...
Rosengart
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A gang of poverty-ridden juvenile delinquents progress from petty theft to hard crime, but a kindly judge manages to set most of them on the right path after they are finally apprehended.

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Dire Streets
10 April 2009 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Russian-born Victor Trivas directed only five movies but had a writer credit on about a dozen including Welle's The Stranger and Preminger's Where The Sidewalk Ends. He also worked as an Art Director and that shows in his set-ups in this early Sound film, a Gallic counterpart to Wellman's Wild Boys Of The Road or even Dead End. For 1933 Trivas lays some very tasty camera-work on the viewer beginning with the opening credits which are supered over a long-tracking shot over cobbled and rain-washed cobbled streets, a precursor of noir if ever there was one. Elsewhere he lets his camera roam up and down stairwells in a manner that Max Ophuls would go on to refine. This is really a case of Style leaving Content dead in the water for the story of poor kids going astray was old chapeau even then. Definitely worth a look.


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