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The Room Upstairs (Martin Roumagnac) (1946)

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Starring (View all)
Marlene Dietrich Marlene Dietrich
Blanche Ferrand - une grainetière intrigante
Jean Gabin Jean Gabin
Martin Roumagnac - un petit entrepreneur de maçonnerie
Daniel Gélin Daniel Gélin
Le surveillant du collège - épris de Blanche
Marcel Pérès Marcel Pérès
Paulot - le chef de chantier et ami de Martin
Henri Poupon Henri Poupon
Gargame - un notable de Clairval
Lucien Nat Lucien Nat
Rimbaut - l'adjoint au maire, ancien amant de Blanche
Paul Amiot Paul Amiot
Le président du tribunal
Marcelle Hainia Marcelle Hainia
Madame Percheron, la pompiste


Written by
Georges Lacombe Georges Lacombe
(adaptation)


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9 years ago at Jul 28 3:26
A surprise.Dietrich is excellent falling in love and hating the world around Gabin. She is subversive. D'YD, his uncle, is superb in his miserable philosophy. Herrand,, the consul,ok in his despair to Gabin. I love Margo Lion, Gabin´s sister, changin the hour in the clock to find an alibi.
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