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Valse brillante (1949)

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Martha Vassary (as Marta Eggerth)
Jan Kiepura ...
Jan Kovalski
Lucien Baroux ...
Monsieur DeBosc, impresario
Roger Tréville ...
Hubert de Tiffauges
Arlette Merry ...
Lolita
Jean Hébey ...
Le directeur
Jacques Mercier ...
Le garçon d'ascenseur
Pierre Destailles ...
Le voyou
Léon Berton ...
Paulo
Joé Davray ...
Un pochard
Bob Ingarao ...
Un pochard
Jacques Beauvais ...
Le maître d'hôtel
Janine Clairville
Annie Avril
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Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois
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2 December 1949 (France)  »

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Valsa Brilhante  »

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L'amour chante en mon coeur
Paroles et Musique de Roger Lucchesi
Chantée par Jan Kiepura (as Jean Kiepura) et Mártha Eggerth
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Pure delight!
16 October 2009 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

A fabulous confection. A prima donna hires a man to pretend to be her lover so as to protect her from an unwelcome suitor. Unbeknownst to her (the key to most comedy), he is a tenor in disguise. The musical battle between real-life husband and wife Jan Kiepura and Marta Eggerth to Mozart's "Turkish March" is a singing and comic tour-de-force. And the title waltz will have you dancing out of the theatre -- or just in front of your VCR. Kiepura, who did not age quite as well as his effervescent wife, here looks youthful and is in excellent voice. Eggerth is perfection as always. This film was available on commercial SECAM video some years back which is where I got it. It is certainly a major oeuvre of both stars and their director.


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