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Barnabé (1938)

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Barnabé
Marguerite Moreno ...
La marquise de Marengo
Andrex ...
André Dubreuil
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lucien Callamand ...
Ricavel
Germaine Charley ...
Madame Petit-Durand
Charles Dechamps ...
Adhemar
Arthur Devère
Paulette Dubost ...
Rose
Louis Florencie
Josseline Gaël ...
Mado
Claude May ...
Jackie Petit-Durand
Max Rogerys
Noël Roquevert ...
Hilaire, Le garde-chasse
Roland Toutain ...
Paul de Marengo
Jean Témerson ...
Firmin
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18 November 1938 (Portugal)  »

Also Known As:

Fernandel heeft trouwplannen  »

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Fernandel in top form in musical comedy of marital mishaps
27 November 2004 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Nice to see a surprisingly young Fernandel singing (yes, singing!) his way through a typical French farce. Highlights are the title number, most ingratiatingly sung by Fernandel himself against a delightful background bevy of chorus girls and an absolutely hilarious episode in which the countess picks on Fernandel as her lover for the night, but then decides on a more handsome visitor who happens to wander into her château, only to re-instate Fernandel in her bed when the handsome visitor declines her offer. These household re-arrangements involve much packing and unpacking of Fernandel's effects, aided by a delightfully snooty servant whose helpfulness (or unhelpfulness) is dictated strictly by his mistress' current humor.


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