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Gambling Hell ()

Macao, l'enfer du jeu (original title)
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Ying Tchaï
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Mireille
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Almaido
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Werner von Krall (as Eric von Stroheim)
Louise Carletti ...
Jasmine
Jim Gérald ...
Un matelot
Marie Lorain ...
Mademoiselle Marguenon
Alexandre Mihalesco ...
Yassouda (as Mihalesco)
Etienne Decroux ...
Un autre matelot (as Decroux)
Tsugundo Maki ...
Le secrétaire de Ying Tchaï (as Maki)
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Le capitaine
Roland Toutain ...
Pierre Milley
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Werner von Krall (1942 version only)
Ginette Baudin ...
Une joueuse (uncredited)
Chukry-Bey ...
L'officier chinois (uncredited)
Georges Térof ...
Le général Lin-Tse (uncredited)

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Jean Delannoy

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Maurice Dekobra ... (novel)
 
Pierre-Gilles Veber ... (adaptation and dialogue)
 
Roger Vitrac ... (adaptation and dialogue)

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Adolphe Osso ... producer
André Paulvé ... producer

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Georges Auric

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Nicolas Hayer ... (as Hayer)

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William Barache ... (as Barrache)
Jean Mondollot ... (as Mondollot)

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Serge Piménoff ... (as Pimenoff)

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Jean Rossi ... production manager

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Maurice Menot ... sound (as Menot)
Marcel Ormancey ... sound (as Ormancey)

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Pierre Méré ... camera operator (as Méré)
Gustave Raulet ... grip (as Raulet)
Marcel Villet ... camera operator (as Villet)

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Louis Wins ... musical director

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Also Known As
  • L'enfer du jeu (France)
  • Mask of Korea (United States)
  • Gambling Hell (United States)
  • Macau, l'infern del joc (Spain, Catalan title)
  • Die Spielhölle von Macao (West Germany)
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Trivia Filmed in 1939 as "Macao, l'enfer du jeu" with Erich von Stroheim but released in 1942 as "L'enfer du jeu" WITHOUT von Stroheim. His films were banned in all German-occupied countries, so Delannoy, the director, could not release the film. Instead of shelving it, all scenes with von Stroheim were reshot with Pierre Renoir. The von Stroheim version was rereleased in 1945. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in My Journey Through French Cinema (2016). See more »

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