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Feu Nicolas (1943)

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Nicolas, the owner of a small café, has had enough of his current life. Business-wise, customers are more and more scarce. As for the love side, the situation is not any better as ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Rellys ...
Suzanne Dehelly ...
Madame Ballard
Jacqueline Gauthier ...
Jacqueline
Yves Deniaud ...
Rigaud
Tramel ...
Levasseur
Raymond Cordy ...
Victor
Léo Marjane ...
La chanteuse
Jean-Jacques Delbo ...
Villier
Robert Dhéry ...
Édouard
Max Elloy ...
Le croque-mort
Guy Sloux ...
L'acteur
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Allard ...
Le client au piano
Albert Broquin ...
Le veilleur de nuit
Eugène Frouhins ...
Un enquêteur (as Frouhins)
Gustave Gallet ...
Le directeur de Radio Ville
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Nicolas, the owner of a small café, has had enough of his current life. Business-wise, customers are more and more scarce. As for the love side, the situation is not any better as Jacqueline, his charming wife, not content to be spendthrift, might well be cheating on him.. To escape this harrowing reality Nicolas decides to simulate his suicide and disappears. Lucky or unlucky draw? Both in fact as, on the one hand, Nicolas finds serenity but, on the other he wins a huge sum of money in a lottery. How will he manage to get the money now? Written by Guy Bellinger

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Comedy

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17 November 1943 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Een zonderlinge echtgenoot  »

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1.37 : 1
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L'âme au diable...
Written by Louis Gasté (lyrics) and Jacques Larue
Performed by Léo Marjane
Music publisher : Micro (Paris)
Released in 1946 on the 78 rpm record "Léo Marjane & Raymond Legrand" K-8608
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