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Rigolboche (1936)

Lina Bourget, a realist singer, is forced to leave Dakar because of a murder she believes she has committed. Taking refuge in Paris, she unexpectedly becomes a star in the capital.

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Credited cast:
Joe Alex ...
Un noir
André Berley ...
Tabourot
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Bobby
Mady Berry ...
Madame Corbin
Henry Bonvallet ...
Le directeur de la Police Judiciaire
Lino Carenzio ...
Fredo
Amy Collin ...
La dactylo
Régine Dancourt
Pedro Elviro ...
Petit rôle (as Pitouto)
André Lefaur ...
Xavier-Martin, comte de Saint-Servan
Charles Lemontier ...
Saturnin - le régisseur
...
Lina Bourget
Armand Morins ...
Le danseur
Le Petit Patachou ...
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Lina Bourget, a realist singer, is forced to leave Dakar because of a murder she believes she has committed. Taking refuge in Paris, she unexpectedly becomes a star in the capital.

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29 September 1937 (Denmark)  »

Also Known As:

Nattens Dronning  »

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1.37 : 1
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Only non silent film of Mistinguett. See more »

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Pour être heureux, chantez
music by Casimir Oberfeld
Lyrics by Lima
Performed by Mistinguett
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French musical comedy of the old school
11 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

A patchwork of elements from Hollywood melodramas and musical comedies of the most banal kind supports this veteran of the 'spectacle', once complimented by Edward VII for her legs, but a little broad of beam for this kind of material by now.


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