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Les inconnus dans la maison ()


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Maître Hector Loursat
Juliette Faber ...
Nicole Loursat
Gabrielle Fontan ...
Fine
Héléna Manson ...
Madame Manu
Tania Fédor ...
Madame Marthe Dossin
Marguerite Ducouret ...
Angèle
Jean Tissier ...
Ducup
Jacques Baumer ...
Maître Gérard Rogissart
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Le commissaire Binet
André Reybaz ...
Émile Manu
Jacques Grétillat ...
Le président des Assises
Lucien Coëdel ...
Jo, le patron du "Boxing Bar"
Marc Doelnitz ...
Edmond Dossin (as Marc Dolnitz)
Jacques Denoël ...
Marcel Destrivaux
Pierre Ringel ...
Daillat
Marcel Mouloudji ...
Ephraïm (Amédé) Luska (as Marcel Mouloudjy)
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L'huissier aux Assises
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Barge ...
Le gardien de prison (uncredited)
Lucien Bryonne ...
Un policier chez Manu (uncredited)
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Une spectatrice aux Assises (uncredited)
Jacques Courtin ...
Un garde aux Assises (uncredited)
Raymond Dardelin ...
Un garde aux Assises (uncredited)
Henri de Livry ...
Monsieur Georges, le libraire (uncredited)
Max Delty ...
Destrivaux père (uncredited)
Arthur Devère ...
Le docteur (uncredited)
Lise Donat ...
Adèle (uncredited)
Paul Faivre ...
L'agent (uncredited)
Fernand Flament ...
Un policier chez Manu (uncredited)
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Le narrateur (uncredited)
Georges Gosset ...
(uncredited)
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(uncredited)
Langlois ...
L'oncle Daillat (uncredited)
Marcel Lestan ...
Le gendarme (uncredited)
Yette Lucas ...
Une mère au tribunal (uncredited)
Franck Maurice ...
Un joueur de belote (uncredited)
Bernard Noël ...
(uncredited)
Jean Négroni ...
(uncredited)
Claire Olivier ...
Madame Daillat (uncredited)
Max Revor ...
Le greffier aux Assises (uncredited)
Henri Roy ...
Daillat père (uncredited)
Maurice Salabert ...
(uncredited)
Yvonne Scheffer ...
La Gourde (uncredited)
Simone Sylvestre ...
Une journaliste (uncredited)
Génia Vaury ...
Madame Laurence Rogissart (uncredited)
Charles Vissières ...
Le greffier de Ducup (uncredited)

Directed by

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Henri Decoin

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Georges Simenon ... (novel) &
Henri-Georges Clouzot ... (adaptation) &
Henri-Georges Clouzot ... (dialogue)

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Alfred Greven ... producer (uncredited)

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Roland Manuel ... (as Roland-Manuel)

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Jules Kruger

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Marguerite Beaugé ... (uncredited)

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Guy de Gastyne

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Jacques Carrère ... sound (uncredited)

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Taglines Raimu as a dipsomaniacal criminal lawyer, disillusioned with life. A stunning psychological murder mystery with sardonic Gallic overtones, adapted by France's predigiously gifted new author-director, Henri-Georges Clouzot ("The Raven" & "Jenny Lamour") See more »
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Also Known As
  • Strangers in the House (World-wide, English title)
  • Amartola neiata (Greece)
  • Obcy w domu (Poland)
  • Незнакомцы в доме (Russia)
  • Das unheimliche Haus (West Germany)
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  • 95 min
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Trivia The character played by Marcel Mouloudji was originally called "Ephraïm Luska" when the film was released in 1942. After being banned for anti-Semitism after the war, the film was re-released a few years later and any reference to the fact the character is Jewish was erased. He was renamed "Amédée Luska" instead and all the scenes where his name is mentioned were re-recorded; except one, during the trail scene, when he is called to testify and Raimu still refers to him as "Ephraïm Luska". One can only presume that the dialogue could not be re-recorded as Raimu had died by then, or that this scene simply escaped the censors. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Henri Decoin (1956). See more »

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