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Arènes joyeuses (1935)

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Cabissol, the Mayor of Martigues, a town in the South of France, wishes to organize a bullfight as part of the coming festivities. But that is not counting on Escopette, an opponent of ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lucien Baroux ...
Escopette
Betty Stockfeld ...
Betty
André Alerme ...
M. Gardy (as Alerme)
Lisette Lanvin ...
Marguerite Cabissol
Henri Alibert ...
Rémy de Martigues
Rellys ...
Ficelle
Rafael Medina ...
Le torero Chico de Granada
Marthe Mussine ...
La bonne
Lucien Callamand ...
Fadoli
Sinoël ...
Le garçon d'hôtel
Frédéric Mariotti
Cécile Lemaire ...
Violette Cabissol
Pauline Polaire ...
La bohémienne
Fernand Charpin ...
Cabissol
Félix Oudart ...
Calixte
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Cabissol, the Mayor of Martigues, a town in the South of France, wishes to organize a bullfight as part of the coming festivities. But that is not counting on Escopette, an opponent of bullfighting, who kidnaps the bulls. What further complicates things is that the appointed bullfighter, Chico de Granada, takes the French leave with Violette, one of Cabissol's daughters. As a measure of retaliation, Cabissol decides to force Escopette to replace Chico in the arena. Fortunately, Rémy, the head herdsman, comes to his rescue. Finally, everything goes well and Cabissol is so happy that he gives Rémy the hand of Marguerite, his other daughter. Written by Guy Bellinger

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20 December 1935 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Tavromahos horis na thelei  »

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Re-released in France in 1951. See more »

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Remade as Arènes joyeuses (1958) See more »

Soundtracks

Adieu, Venise provençale
Lyrics written by Henri Alibert and René Sarvil
Music composed by Vincent Scotto
(1934)
Performed by Henri Alibert
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