LA ROSE ROUGE

La Rose rouge is a French film realized by Marcel Pagliero, release in 1950.

Personal comments : Louis de Funès is marked in the credits, he plays the role of a poet. He appears :
- 5 seconds to 4 minutes and 32 seconds after the beginning of the film,
- 23 seconds to 4 minutes and 51 seconds after the beginning of the film,
- 7 seconds to 5 minutes and 39 seconds after the beginning of the film,
- 24 seconds to 8 minutes and 30 seconds after the beginning of the film,
- 5 seconds to 9 minutes and 53 seconds after the beginning of the film,
- 3 seconds to 50 minutes and 43 seconds after the beginning of the film.

♦ Synopsis :

The Jacques Brothers, their temporary substitutes, Yves Gerard and its troop, as well as a movie star celebrates in the search of a new partner, Evelyne Dorsey, sow the disturbance with “La Rose rouge”, the most famous cellar of Saint-Germain-des-prés, for the greatest joy of accustomed.

♦ Specification sheet :

  • Title : La rose rouge
  • Realization : Marcel Pagliero
  • Scenario, Adaptation, Dialogue : Robert Scipion
  • Production assistants : Larbi Tounsi, R. Dunoyer, C. Fayard
  • Images : André Bac
  • Operator : Jacques Natteau, assisted of R. Paillas
  • Music : Georges Van Parys
  • Original Songs :
    • Général Castagnettas, words of M. Dabadie and music of J. H. Rys / P. Declercq, interpreted by The Frères Jacques
    • La Gavotte des bâtons blancs, words of J. Guigo and music of J. Breux, interpreted by The Frères Jacques
  • Additional musics : Song Voilà les footballeurs, words of Pierre Forval and music of Oscar Dofny, interpreted by The Les Frères Jacques
  • Decorations : Maurice Colasson, assisted of Forrestier and Demangeat
  • Editing : Nicole Marko, Assisted of M. Glaeser
  • Sound : Pierre Calvet
  • Make-up : Boris Karabanoff, Guy Bourban
  • Photographer of tray : André Garimond
  • Script-girl : Lucile Costa
  • General manager : Fred Hérold, P. Lafargue
  • Interior designer : Mérangel
  • Shooting from June 5th till August 2nd, 1950 in the studios Eclair in Epinay
  • Production : The Films Marceau (France)
  • Leader of production : Edmond Tenoudji
  • Director of production : Jean Rossignol
  • Distribution : The Films Marceau
  • Format : black and white — Monophonic sound — 35 mm
  • Genre : Comedy
  • Duration : 95 mn
  • First presentation : February 7th, 1951

 

♦ Distribution :

  • Louis de Funès : Manito, The poet who eats glasses
  • Les Frères Jacques : Them same, is : André Bellec, Georges Bellec, François Soubeyran, Paul Tourenne
  • Yves Deniaud : Albert, the artistic director
  • Dora Doll : Evelyne Dorsey, the star of cinema
  • Françoise Arnoul : Martine, the troop to Yves
  • Yves Robert : Yves Gérard, the replacement with his troop of the Brothers Jacques
  • Maurice Teynac : Jean Maréchal, the film-maker
  • Barbara Laage : Claire Claris, the photographer
  • Philippe Olive : Mr Matignon, the producer of Evelyne
  • Jean-Roger Caussimon : The man of the bar
  • Jacques Hilling : Mr Guillet the troop to Yves
  • Edmond Tamiz : Mr Garone the troop to Yves
  • Geneviève Morel : The cloakroom lady
  • Maurice Regamey : The tourist guide
  • Nico : The director of « La Rose Rouge »
  • Maurice Dorléac : The cashier
  • Grégoire Gromoff : The tourist photographer
  • Marcel Pagliero : In his own role
  • Robert Scipion : In his own role
  • Guy Pierrault : A man of the troop to Yves
  • Jean Bellanger : A man of the troop to Yves
  • Liliane Lesaffre
  • Annabel
  • Denise Kerny
  • Roger Vincent
  • Michel Garland
  • Christiane Auger
  • Le Duc
  • Alfred Arlais
  • Alain Raffaël
  • Michel De Villers and his set

♦ Comments :

  • The Brother Jacques is formed of : André Bellec, Georges Bellec, François Soubeyran, Paul Tourenne

♦ Around the film :

It is with the perspicacious one Nikos Papatakis, creator and director of La Rose Rouge, whom one owes this famous small generating scene of great talents. It then proved to be a not less talented realizer.

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