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Le veau gras (1939)

Jules Vachon, a pharmacist, has two sons, Gabriel, a steady-minded young man dedicated to his job in the pharmacy, and Gaston, a good for nothing whose only talent is to seduce rich women ... See full summary »

Director:

Serge de Poligny

Writers:

Jean-Henri Blanchon (adaptation), Bernard Zimmer (play)

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Cast

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Elvire Popesco ... La princesse Dorothée
André Lefaur André Lefaur ... Jules Vachon père
Armand Bernard ... Gabriel Vachon
Dorville Dorville ... Le receveur
François Périer ... Gaston Vachon
Régine Dancourt Régine Dancourt ... Louise
Gabrielle Fontan Gabrielle Fontan ... Madame Vachon
Marcelle Praince ... Madame Van Houtentook
Raymond Cordy ... Le curé
Huguette Valmy Huguette Valmy
Yvette Andréyor ... La mère de Jeanne
Andrée Berty Andrée Berty
Solange Turenne Solange Turenne ... La petite fille (as Solange de Turenne)
Nathalie Lissenko ... La dame de compagnie
Edith Gallia Edith Gallia
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Jules Vachon, a pharmacist, has two sons, Gabriel, a steady-minded young man dedicated to his job in the pharmacy, and Gaston, a good for nothing whose only talent is to seduce rich women and take money from their pockets. But it is Gaston who is hailed as a great man when he returns to his native village thanks to his deep pockets... Written by Guy Bellinger

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

13 April 1939 (France) See more »

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Dimeco Productions See more »
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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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