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The Rebel (1938)
"Le révolté" (original title)

 |  Drama  |  28 October 1938 (France)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Pierre Renoir ...
Capitaine Yorritz
René Dary ...
Pimaï
Lucien Dalsace ...
Courguin - le second
Jean Témerson ...
Blotaque (as Jean Temerson)
Pierre Labry ...
Le quartier-maître
Marcel Lupovici ...
Un truand
Armand Croitome ...
(as Armand Croitomi)
Roger Legris ...
Gauthier
Andrews Engelmann ...
Un truand (as Andrew Angelman)
Henri Poupon ...
Le père du blessé
Paul Barré ...
(as Paul Barre)
Lucien Laugier
Georges Paulais ...
Plantibar, le second (as Georges Palais)
Raymond Muller
Henri Charrett
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Den eimai dolofonos  »

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Damn the torpedoes!
25 January 2009 | by See all my reviews

A young man (René Dary who made his debut as "Bébé " for Louis Feuillade circa 1910 was already too old for the part:33)is a rebel without a cause:obeying orders,respecting his superiors is too much for him,in spite of his father's sound pieces of advice.

For a boy like that,joining the navy is perhaps not the right choice.That what's our hero does.But a good officer (Pierre Renoir) will show him the straight and narrow.

"Le Révolté" has not worn well.Its main problem lies in the fact that the director never knows whether he wants to make a comedy or a drama: the torpedo episode highlights his problem;the scene may be ,depending on your mood,either tragical or hilarious.


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