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Parade en 7 nuits (1941)

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In the pound, Pipo the dog recounts his adventures to his fellow inmates.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jules Berry ...
L'inspecteur Calas
Victor Boucher ...
Monsieur
André Lefaur ...
Le vieux Gaspard
Elvire Popesco ...
Madame
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Irène
Raimu ...
Le curé Maffre, curé des Baux
Pierre Alcover ...
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Estelle, la fille-mère (as Gaby Andreu)
Andrex ...
Tonin, le séducteur
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Lucien
Janine Darcey
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Freddy, le clown
Jean Marconi
Maximilienne ...
La gouvernante
Daniel Mendaille
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Pipo, a little dog, has just been captured and taken to the pound. He starts telling the story of his life to his companions in misfortune. His first master was Freddy, a circus clown who, unfortunately for him, had fallen for a cruel girl. After his death, Pipo belonged to a suspicious husband who got rid of him because he has, in his own way, given away his wife's lover. He then passed into the hands of two industrialist brothers and was witness to a murder. Finally, and until recently, he had been the pet of the kind-hearted priest of a village in Provence... Written by Guy Bellinger

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24 September 1941 (France)  »

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Cercasi padrone  »

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The film was started in April 1940 but the shooting was interrupted because of the war raging in Europe. The film was nonetheless completed in March 1941 and released 6 months later. See more »

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Saltimbanque
Written by André Tabet and Paul Durand.
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