Trente-Six Chandelles (1954–1958)

Les grandes familles de Trente-Six Chandelles : la chanson 

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Nohain Jean Nohain ... Himself - Host
André Leclerc André Leclerc ... Himself - Co-Host
Dominique Nohain Dominique Nohain ... Himself - Co-Host
Georges Derveaux Georges Derveaux ... Himself - Conductor
Georges Auric Georges Auric ... Himself - Guest
Michel Emer Michel Emer ... Himself - Guest
Max François Max François ... Himself - Guest
René de Buxeuil René de Buxeuil ... Himself - Guest
Georges Millandy Georges Millandy ... Himself - Guest
Gaston Gabaroche Gaston Gabaroche ... Himself - Guest
Jean Rodor Jean Rodor ... Himself - Guest
Francis Linel Francis Linel ... Himself - Singer
Pierre Doris Pierre Doris ... Himself - Singer
Jean-Louis Blèze Jean-Louis Blèze ... Himself - Singer
Mathé Altery Mathé Altery ... Herself - Singer
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Details

Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

28 April 1958 (France) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono
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Trivia

In this TV show, the three standards of the French song are played at the piano by their composers : Henri Betti for "C'est si bon", Louiguy for "La Vie en Rose" and Joseph Kosma for "Les Feuilles Mortes". See more »

Soundtracks

Domino
Music by Louis Ferrari
Played at the accordion by Louis Ferrari
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