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Toute la famille était là (1948)

Mr. Catignac, a pork butcher in Perigueux, plans to marry Victor, his son, to the daughter of a magistrate. What he does not know, for his son does it in hiding, is that Victor writes songs... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Jean Parédès ...
Jean Tissier ...
André Alerme ...
Catignac
Marguerite Pierry ...
La présidente
Katherine Kath ...
Rita Barbara
Jacques Louvigny ...
Costecal
Marcel Vallée ...
Pomard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Dunot ...
Parmelin
Jacques Dynam ...
Gaston
Palmyre Levasseur ...
Une mère
Milly Mathis ...
L'hôtelière
Jacques Morel ...
Villediou
Fred Pasquali ...
Van Bico
Jacqueline Roman ...
Angélique
Sinoël ...
Bris
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Mr. Catignac, a pork butcher in Perigueux, plans to marry Victor, his son, to the daughter of a magistrate. What he does not know, for his son does it in hiding, is that Victor writes songs and has made his debut as a singer in a cabaret. To make matters worse, the young man has a mistress. When word of it leaks out, the whole family are outraged. One night, as Victor goes back home, they are all here, waiting for him. Written by Guy Bellinger

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17 December 1948 (France)  »

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