Two hitch-hikers are on the way to Marseilles pursued by her husband.



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Credited cast:
Raymond Aimos ...
Gustave (as Aimos)
Maurice Escande ...
Paul Azaïs ...
Jean Berton ...
Le domestique d'Alvarez
Ariane Borg ...
Arthur Devère ...
Julien Maffre ...
Un camionneur marseillais
Eugène Stuber ...
Un camionneur marseillais
Roger Vincent ...
Un invité
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Henri Charrett
Milly Mathis
Dominique Nohain
Fernand Sardou


Two hitch-hikers are on the way to Marseilles pursued by her husband.

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29 August 1945 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Dyo psyhes sto skotadi  »

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This was to be the last film of Raymond Aimos, who was killed in August 1944 during the Liberation of Paris. See more »

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popular truck drivers movie with a great popular cast
6 February 2017 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Bifur 3 is certainly not a masterpiece, but it's worth a look for two reasons.

I've always loved french truck drivers movies, remember Gas-Oil and Des Gens Sans Importance with Jean Gabin. Well, before Jean Gabin, there was René Davy in Bifur 3, with also Aimos, Robert Le Vigan and Martine Carole. Truck drivers moody proletarian atmosphere with very popular actors, that's a must see, except it's quite hard to find. The director Maurice Cam was from Marseille and Bifur 3 is shot around Marseille.

Very strange opposite destinies for Aimos, Robert Le Vigan and Martine Carol. Bifur 3 is one of the first movie for Martine Carol but a few years later, she would attempt suicide. And Bifur 3 is the very last movie of Aimos, killed during the Liberation of Paris. And it is also the last french movie for the genius Robert Le Vigan, who played just before in a movie called l'Homme Qui Vendit Son Ame. Aimos and Le Vigan, two very opposite directions during WWII, the titi parisien and the poet ...

I mustn't forget René Dary who would play the next year a terrific and dynamic Nestor Burma in 120, rue de la Gare. What a creative period, old is gold.

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