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Stupéfiants (1932)

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When an up-and-coming singer's career is jeopardized by morphine addiction, her brother takes on the ruthless dope pushers who are intent on keeping her hooked.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Henri Werner - le frère de Liliane
Danièle Parola ...
Liliane Werner - une grande actrice dépendante de la drogue
Jean Worms ...
Louis Gordon
Jean Mercanton ...
Pierre
Jeanne Marie-Laurent ...
Madame Werner - la mère d'Henri et de Liliane
Monique Rolland ...
Dora Lind (as Monique Roland)
Raoul Aslan ...
Dr. Ourousseff
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Le bossu
Roger Karl ...
Le marquis d'Esquillon
Gaston Mauger ...
Le capitaine
Lucien Callamand ...
Le détective
Henry Bonvallet ...
Le commissaire (as Henry Bonvalet)
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When an up-and-coming singer's career is jeopardized by morphine addiction, her brother takes on the ruthless dope pushers who are intent on keeping her hooked.

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16 December 1932 (France)  »

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O lefkos daimon  »

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Cold turkey has got her on the run.
10 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

Peter Lorre had starred in his lifetime part (M) the precedent year and anything he would do afterward would be necessary a letdown.

It is of course,although he only supports here ,playing the part of a drug trafficker,who drops his stuff into the sea when the ship docks.

The story begins in a very strange way:the hero(Pierre Murat) saves a child's life -he was getting drowned- and his father is a millionaire.The story does not seem to have any connection which what follows and you have to wait till the last pictures to see the two stories hang together-in a far-fetched way- The courageous young man comes home to be confronted with the fact that his sister has become a junkie.We think that the movie will be his struggle to help her sibling fight against addiction.Not only the girl does not look like a junkie at all -she is always fresh as a daisy- but the plot gets itself lost in uninteresting gangsters stories in which even Peter Lorre does not play his game well.

Why restoring this French-German co production ?


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