Les compagnons de Saint-Hubert (1939)

Two hearing protection product sales reps have mixed fortunes in the exercise of their trades. They first have to face a female singer who... slams her door at them! Second they try to a ... See full summary »

Director:

Jean Georgescu (as Jean Georgesco)

Writer:

Jean Georgescu

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Cast

Credited cast:
Anny Anny ... Une danseuse haïtienne
Asika Asika ... Une danseuse haïtienne
Mercedes Barthus Mercedes Barthus ... La concierge
Lucien Bataille Lucien Bataille ... Le garçon de café (as Bataille)
Bretigny Bretigny ... L'ami du directeur
Jean Chaduc Jean Chaduc ... Le vendeur de cravates
Crouset Crouset ... Le vieux monsieur sourd
Raymond Dandy Raymond Dandy ... Lui (as Dandy)
Léo David Léo David ... Le marchand de volailles
Pedro Elviro Pedro Elviro ... Monsieur le Directeur (as Pitouto)
Gina Gina ... Une danseuse haïtienne
Fanny Lacroix Fanny Lacroix ... L'acheteuse
Madame Ledoux Madame Ledoux ... Une cliente
Colette Nancy Colette Nancy ... La dame en colère
Gaston Orbal Gaston Orbal ... L'autre
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Storyline

Two hearing protection product sales reps have mixed fortunes in the exercise of their trades. They first have to face a female singer who... slams her door at them! Second they try to a influence a man by giving one of his friends'name as a reference whereas the aforementioned friend is... on the spot! As for the third client, he seems to be willing to buy one of their articles until the two salesmen realize that he is... hard of hearing! Written by Guy Bellinger

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

1939 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Les deux débrouillards See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Comoedia Films See more »
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Technical Specs

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Alternate Versions

Re-released in 1952 in a shorter version (35 minutes) and with a new title ("Les deux débrouillards") See more »

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