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L'ange que j'ai vendu (1938)

Baronski has had enough of being a small-time merchant and decides, aided by his daughter Esther, to try his hand at big business. Why not be a film producer for instance? But it is easier ... See full summary »

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André Alerme ...
Vronstein
Lucien Gallas ...
Maurice Rogier
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Irène Mortange
André Lefaur ...
Le général
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Paul
Christian Argentin ...
Stephenko
Jean Tissier ...
André de Beauvoir
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Edmond Beauchamp
Albert Broquin
Ginette d'Yd
Maxime Fabert ...
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Mary Ford
Edith Gallia
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Baronski has had enough of being a small-time merchant and decides, aided by his daughter Esther, to try his hand at big business. Why not be a film producer for instance? But it is easier said than done and he is soon relieved of 100,000 francs by a crook. Undaunted, he produces a film written by a young scriptwriter, Maurice Rogier, discovered by his daughter but does not believe it could become a success. Esther, for her part, decides to have "L'ange que j'ai vendu" shown in a local movie theater and the film immediately proves a hit. All is well that ends well, Esther marrying Maurice into the bargain. Written by Guy Bellinger

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8 June 1938 (France)  »

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