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Les chevaliers de la cloche (1938)

Being a tramp is not always a disadvantage. For example when there is a masquerade ball. Indeed wearing flea-ridden rags might just mean having donned a costume. This is what happens to two... See full summary »

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Andrée Berty ...
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le clochard Picolard
Simone Cerdan ...
Irène De Cernay
Lise Chameux ...
Maryse
Darman ...
le clochard La Cloche
Jean Darwels ...
Le secrétaire de l'ambassadeur
Marie-Louise Derval ...
Madame Sainval
Dumontier ...
Le valet du peintre Gilbert
France Ellys ...
La princesse bohémienne
Jeanne Garin ...
La nurse
Guillaume Lambrette ...
Le commissaire de police
Maurice Maillot ...
Le peintre Gilbert
Marchal ...
Le docteur Van Zout
Max Péral ...
L'ambassadeur
Walter Ruffax ...
L'habilleuse (as Ruffax)
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Being a tramp is not always a disadvantage. For example when there is a masquerade ball. Indeed wearing flea-ridden rags might just mean having donned a costume. This is what happens to two resourceful Brussels bums, La Cloche and Picolard, who manage to gain entry in a fancy-dress ball. Once there, La Cloche is mistaken by an oriental prince for a respected doctor. His mission will be to give care to a music-hall diva. Even more exciting, he is asked to vaccinate a whole troupe of showgirls. Trouble guaranteed. Written by Guy Bellinger

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7 January 1938 (Belgium)  »

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Precious Fools  »

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1.37 : 1
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