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La crise est finie (1934)

 -  Comedy  -  1 March 1935 (USA)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Beatrice Emanuel
Albert Préjean ...
Marcel
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Nicole
Marcel Carpentier ...
Bernouillin (as Carpentier)
Pedro Elviro ...
Hercule (as Pitouto)
Paul Velsa ...
Le machiniste
Paul Escoffier ...
Le manager
Milly Mathis ...
La gouvernante (as Milly-Mathis)
Jeanne Marie-Laurent ...
La mère de Nicole (as J.Marie-Laurent)
Régine Barry ...
Lola Garcin (as Régine Barry)
Jane Loury ...
Mme Bernouillin (as Jeanne Loury)
Suzanne Dehelly ...
Olga
René Lestelly ...
Alex
Alla Donell ...
Une girl (as Donell)
Wanda Barcella ...
Une girl (as Barcella)
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1929 crisis becomes an operetta
8 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

That was Robert Siodmak's first film in France where he was not reportedly warmly welcomed .After all,he was German.He worked in the country till the war broke out in 1939 just after producing his best French effort "PIèges" .

"La Crise Est Finie" is a pleasant movie,if only for its spontaneity.Albert Préjean and Danielle Darrieux are dynamic leads and make up for the rather simple plot with their enthusiasm and their good humor.

A troupe is fired because ,on stage,they did a very bad joke: they locked up the star of the show in her sedan-chair so she could not shine at all.All these boys and girls decide to put on their own show ;so they take up residence in an old theater "Elysées-Clichy" and they begin to rehearse their operetta "The crisis is over" .But they will have to frustrate their enemy,M.Bernouillin,in his plans.


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