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Service de nuit (1944)


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(screenplay) (as B. L Randone), (screenplay) (as G. Ussellini) | 2 more credits »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Pierre Jansen
Vivi Gioi ...
Hélène Jansen
Jacqueline Pagnol ...
Marcelle (as Jacqueline Bouvier)
Yves Deniaud ...
Gabrielle Fontan ...
Marcelle Hainia ...
Madame Sandoz
Jean Daurand ...
René Favier
Albert Duvaleix ...
Le brigadier (as Jean Duvaleix)
Georges Pally ...
Monsieur Sandoz (as Pally)
Robert Dhéry ...
Arthur, le chanteur (as Robert Dhery)
Paul Frankeur ...
Un réparateur de ligne
Albert Montigny ...
(as Montigny)
Henri Charrett ...
Le chef de gare (as Charrett)
Raymone ...
Joséphine, la bonne des Sandoz


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Release Date:

19 April 1944 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Ein Fräulein vom Amt  »

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Sound Mix:

(Licence Tobis-Klangfilm)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Sous Le Ciel De Savoie...
15 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

Gaby Morlay had just made the biggest blockbuster of the occupation days (the tear-jerker called "Le Voile Bleu" which made thousands of Frenchies cry a river)This part of a sob sister made Morlay self-conscious and almost inscrutable and uncommunicative.In direct contrast with this,we have this marvelous part of a switchboard operator :Morlay is beaming,full of joie de vivre,ready to lend a helping hand to anyone ,from a cat (at the beginning,and even the cat's case is solved in the end)to an escaped prisoner.However ,only her and Gabrielle Fontan (the grumpy servant, a role she would play again in Duvivier's "Voici Le Temps Des Assassins " really live on the screen,all the others characters -although portrayed by seasoned actors:Jacques Dumesnil,Carette,Louis Seignier;there's even Simone Signoret in a small part of a dancer - are rather flat.

There is not a plot,but many subplots which finally become an almost seamless whole with gusto .In its own special way ,it's Duvivier's "Sous Le Ciel De Paris" in miniature in a village in the mountains.Duvivier's work is highly superior,but Faurez's one is to be recommended.

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