MOINEAUX DE PARIS

Moineaux de Paris is a French film realized by Maurice Bell, release in 1952.

Personal comments : Louis de Funès is marked in the credits, he plays the role of a doctor, he appears :

2 minutes and 32 seconds at 26 minutes and 43 seconds after the beginning of the movie

♦ Synopsis :

An American business manager, Mr. Smith and his Peggy daughter, want to engage Small singers with the wood cross for a round in the United States. Jeannot, one of them, recognize the medallion of her grandmother to the neck of the girl. It claims it. One refuses to him. Helped of Césarin, its back, postpones reincarnated grandfather, who was hussard guard of Napoleon i, the young boy will furrow France with the continuation of this jewel of family and when he recovers it, will be deposited on the tomb of king de Rome.

Specification sheet :

  • Title : Moineaux de Paris
  • Realization : Maurice Cloche
  • Scenario : Franz Tanzler
  • Adaptation : Maurice Cloche
  • Dialogue : André Hornez
  • Production assistants : Jean-Pierre Decourt, Henri Toulout
  • Images : Nicolas Hayer
  • Operator : Noël Martin
  • Music : Paul Bonneau
  • Editing : Renée Gary
  • Sound : Raymond Gauguier
  • Make-up : Alexandre Ranesky
  • Photographer of tray : Robert Joffres
  • Script-girl : Jacqueline Loir
  • General manager : Raymond Dupont
  • Shooting from August 25th till October 18th, 1952
  • Film 35mm, black and white
  • Production : The Films Maurice Cloche (France)
  • Director of production : Jean-Charles Carlus
  • Distribution : Cine Selection
  • First presentation the 12/06/1953
  • Duration : 90 mn
  • Genre : Comedy drama

 

♦ Distribution :

  • The small singers in the wooden cross
  • Louis de Funès : The doctor
  • Jean-Pierre Aumont : Césarin, the hussar of the guarding of Napoléon Ier
  • Virginie Kelley : Peggy Smith, the girl of the impresario
  • Max Elloy : P'tit Louis
  • Robert Lombard : The director of the Parish choir school
  • Louis Gimberg : Mr Smith, the American impresario
  • Philippe Olive
  • Paul Demange
  • Léonce Corne
  • André Dalibert
  • Odette Barencey
  • Jacques Famery
  • Emile Morel

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