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Amour et compagnie (1950)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Claude Andrieux
Gaby Sylvia ...
Danielle Lecourtoy
Patricia Morisson
M. Zoïca
Fernand René ...
Général Mitard, un membre du conseil d'administration
Louis Florencie ...
Chambon, Chef du personnel (as Florencie)
Peters Sisters ...
Themselves / En personne (as Les 3 Peter Sisters)
Jacques Dynam ...
Le marin
Charles Lemontier ...
M. Dupin, un membre du conseil d'administration (as Lemontier)
Hugues Wanner ...
Un membre du conseil d'administration (as Wanner)
Georges Bever ...
Le portier de l'hôtel de Paris (as Bever)
Sinoël ...
Le caissier
Maxime Fabert ...
Un membre du conseil d'administration
Palau ...
M. Paulau, un membre du conseil d'administration
René Génin ...


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Release Date:

27 January 1950 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Amour & Cie  »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Sinoël's last film. See more »


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Music by Johnny Hess
Lyrics by Jacques Larue
Sung by Georges Guétary
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Troubled indemnity
29 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

Gilles Grangier's forte ,in the fifties,was the thriller;this musical finds him on foreign territory .

Another vehicle for heartthrob singer Georges Guétary who sings less than usually ,but barks,mews,moos,chirps and imitates motors and other sound effects .And a trio of black singers (the Peter sisters ) and a violinist take to the stage instead of him.

The beginning of the plot bears some resemblance to Jules Verne's "Tribulations D'Un Chinois En Chine" (which Philippe De Broca transferred to the screen with Jean-Paul Belmondo in 1965):A suicidal South American took out huge life assurance and the insurance company frets over the future;one of their employees (Guétary) and an executive's niece (Gaby Sylvia) are sent to what's the insured person is up to.

In fact ,the plot is very derivative ;some good moments are to be found in the second part when Guétary's character ,who does not speak English at all, is led up the garden path by his colleague.

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