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The Robber Symphony (1937)

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La diseuse de bonne aventure
Magda Sonja ...
La mère de Giannino
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Le grand-père de Giannino
Jim Gérald ...
Le charbonnier
Henri Valbel ...
Le magistrat
Alexandre Rignault ...
L'aubergiste / Le diable noir
Michael Martin Harvey ...
Le brigand au chapeau de paille (as Michel Martin-Harvey)
Webster Booth ...
Le brigand chanteur
Jack Tracy ...
Un brigand musicien
Al Marshall ...
Un brigand musicien
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Oscar Asche ...
The Chief Gendarme
Hans Feher ...
Giannino
George André Martin ...
The Mayor
Tela Tchaï ...
The Waitress (as Tela-Tchai)
Vinette ...
Fortune Teller
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26 January 1937 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

La symphonie des brigands  »

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Version of Haunted People (1932) See more »

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mythical poetry of a long gone era of movie-making
9 April 1999 | by (Maastricht, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This film - clumsy as the few remaining copies now might seem to us - has an unforgettable poetry in it. The film is about a treasure hidden in an pianola or organ. It develops this theme with an imagery which one never forgets. For example images of pianola's dashing through the snowy forests, huge round barrels drawn by horses through the country as a hide out for the robbers, musical robbers playing the saxophone while frozen to the bone and so on and so on. An above all music which will remain in one's head for the rest of his life.


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