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Le bateau à soupe (1946)

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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... See full summary »

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Cast

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Lucienne Laurence ...
Alfred Adam ...
Le Hénaff
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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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1.37 : 1
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After the Liberation, Nantes, where the film was to be shot, was badly damaged by the war and could only be used partly. The Quais de la Fosse, for instance, had to be reconstructed in the Buttes Chaumont Studios. Likewise it was quite an ordeal to find a four-master that could double for the "Duchesse Anne". See more »

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Chansons de marins
Performed by Jean Suscinio et ses matelots.
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