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Soyez les bienvenus (1953)

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Jean Nohain ...
Jean Nohain (as Jean Nohain et sa Compagnie)
Raymond Bussières ...
Monsieur Rossignol
Annette Poivre ...
Annette Rossignol
Sophie Sel ...
Sophie Rossignol
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Mademoiselle Lulu
Philippe Olive ...
Monsieur Leduc
Pierre-Louis ...
Max Burd
Pierre Olaf ...
Monsieur Patin
Christiane Jacquier ...
Christiane Jacquier (as Christiane Jaquier)
Catherine Agier ...
Catherine Rossignol
Michel Nastorg ...
Michaud
Alexandre Dréan ...
Alexandre Dréan (as Dréan)
Armand Mestral ...
Armand Mestral
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10 July 1953 (France)  »

Also Known As:

L'autocar en folie  »

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During a scene, there is an orchestra playing the melody of the French songs "C'est si bon" (1947), "Mais qu'est-ce que j'ai ?" (1947) and "Maître Pierre" (1948). They were composed by Henri Betti and are his three biggest hits. See more »

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La Fontaine de Saint Eloi
(uncredited)
Music by Henri Betti
Lyrics by Jean Nohain
Sung by Henri Betti, Christiane Jacquier, Roger Lanzac, Monique Maurène and Armand Mestral
Orchestrated by Guy Luypaerts
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Roll up for the magical mystery tour!
2 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

A group of singers,musicians and presenters travels on a coach :they go from town to town to entertain middle France and their shows are radio broadcast .As the TV sets were very rare in early fifties France ,the only way for the audience to see the artists perform was the movie theaters;this is probably the reason why this flick was produced .

It essentially consists of musical acts,songs,jazz and even yodeling ,all written by Henri Betti :some of his songs (particularly "C'Est Si Bon" ,not included in the film )were translated into English.

The plot is just a pretext for showing the radio stars on the screen ;Jean Nohain was a popular presenter ;Roger Lanzac sings in the movie,but he is best remembered as a TV presenter in the sixties .

The plot is almost devoid of interest :the team is to perform in Saint-Honoré-Le-Hautain (=haughty!) but a breakdown (they have a flat tyre ) forces them to stop in Saint-Eloi-Le- Brave (=brave!) and to do their show in this village .

Like this? try these.....

-"Nous Irons A Paris" 1950

-"Cent Francs Par Seconde " 1953

(both movies by Jean Boyer)


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