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Les nouveaux messieurs ()


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A theater electrician's love to a ballet dancer is tested when he is elected minister.

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Jacques Gaillac
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Susanne Verrier
Charles Barrois ...
Theatre director
Léon Arvel ...
President
Henry Roussel ...
Comte de Montoire Grandpre
Guy Ferrant ...
Reporter
Henri Valbel ...
Policeman Morin
Gustave Hamilton ...
L' Huissier
Georges Deneubourg ...
De Courcieux
Christian Gérard
Raymond Narlay ...
Chief de Cabinet
Bill Bocket ...
(as Bill Bocketts)
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Julia
Duchange ...
Bit Part
Yvonne Dumas ...
Bit Player
Fred Gastal ...
Bit Player
Marechkine ...
Bit Part
Renée Piat ...
Bit Player
Louis Pré Fils ...
Bit Part
Yvonneck ...
Bit Part

Directed by

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Jacques Feyder

Written by

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Francis de Croisset ... (play)
 
Jacques Feyder ... (writer)
 
Charles Spaak ... (writer)
 
Robert de Flers ... (play)

Cinematography by

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Maurice Desfassiaux
Georges Périnal

Art Direction by

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Lazare Meerson

Production Management

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Simon Schiffrin ... production manager

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Paul Minine ... special effects coordinator
Nicolas Wilcké ... special effects coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Marcel Carné ... assistant camera

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  • Wardour Films (1930) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
  • Flicker Alley (2013) (United States) (DVD) (on 'French Masterworks: Russian Émigrés in Paris 1923-1928')

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Also Known As
  • The New Gentlemen (World-wide, English title)
  • The Temporary Gentleman (United Kingdom)
  • Die neuen Herren (Germany)
  • De nya herrarna (Sweden)
  • De nye herrer (Norway)
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  • 135 min
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Movie Connections Referenced in Boulevard du crépuscule (1969). See more »

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