Hervé is a tough sea captain in command of the "Duchesse Anne", a rum-trading ship. But the sea dog hides a tender heart and he allows Marie-Douce, a poor slum girl who dreams of seeing the... See full summary »

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Lucienne Laurence ...
Alfred Adam ...
Le Hénaff
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Joe Alex ...
L'indigène
Habib Benglia ...
Le nègre
Jacques Berthier ...
Donatien Mahu
Noel Blin
Auguste Bovério
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Le recruteur
Serge Domidoff ...
Le mousse
Jacques Dufilho ...
Zélize
Paul Faivre
Fignolita ...
Une Antillaise
Albert Gercourt
Serge Grave
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Hervé is a tough sea captain in command of the "Duchesse Anne", a rum-trading ship. But the sea dog hides a tender heart and he allows Marie-Douce, a poor slum girl who dreams of seeing the wide world,on board. To have her accepted by the crew, he passes her off as his niece. A seasoned master like him, wise enough to ban alcohol use on his ship, should have known better : a beautiful girl on the deck cannot but unleash the savage instincts of all those men without women... Written by Guy Bellinger

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19 February 1947 (France)  »

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FRF 25,000,000 (estimated)
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Lucienne Laurence was Gilbert Dupé's wife. See more »

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Performed by Jean Suscinio et ses matelots.
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