The Moliere players are in their dressing room, getting ready to go on set. One actor mentions to another that his face reminds him of an opportunist turncoat he knew when he was in the Resistance. He then relates the adventure that he had in the Resistance, running an illegal radio station and dodging the Nazis.
Did You Know?
Sir Alfred Hitchcock
did not make his customary cameo appearance in this short movie, nor did he in his other short propaganda war movie, Bon Voyage
(1944). See more
When Michel picks up the bottle labeled "Vichy", he is holding it in the middle but in the close-up, he is holding it around the neck. See more
I know your influence among the natives and ex-servicemen. Use that influence in the public interest, Clarousse. We must use every means to combat this insidious Gaullist propaganda.
Which is on the increase, I hear. Count on me, Governor; you are a good judge of men. And, I may say, of cigars. This one is excellent.
Referenced in Cinemania