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Mermoz (1943)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Robert Hugues-Lambert Robert Hugues-Lambert ... Jean Mermoz
Jean Marchat Jean Marchat ... L'intellectuel
Lucien Nat Lucien Nat ... Julien Pranville
Camille Bert Camille Bert ... Bouilloux-Laffont
Henri Vilbert Henri Vilbert ... Le mécanicien de Fort-Lamy
André Nicolle André Nicolle ... Didier Daurat
Max Fontal Max Fontal ... Collenot
Paul Gobert Paul Gobert
Héléna Manson Héléna Manson ... Madame Mermoz
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
René Blancard
Jean Boissemond Jean Boissemond
Jacques Carrique Jacques Carrique
Georges-François Frontec Georges-François Frontec
Jean Gobet Jean Gobet
Jean Latour Jean Latour
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Genres:

Drama

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Details

Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

3 November 1943 (France) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

The film's star, Robert Hugues-Lambert, was absent from the premiere - because he was in a Nazi concentration camp. A few weeks before the end of the shooting, Lambert had been arrested by the Gestapo in a gay bar and sent to Drancy concentration camp, just outside Paris. Without its main actor, the production was forced to close down. André Tranché, the producer, now facing bankruptcy, tried to have Lambert released, but in vain. After several agonizing and costly weeks, a replacement was found in the person of the newcomer Henri Vidal, who looked uncannily like Lambert - but didn't sound like him. The production shut down once again. Tranché managed to get in touch with Robert Hugues-Lambert in Drancy and begged him to record the dialogues from behind the camp's barbed-wired fence. Lambert accepted and a sound engineer, a boom, and a microphone were secretly dispatched to Drancy where all the remaining dialogue was recorded with the complicity of one of the camp's guards. The film was finally completed on schedule and released in November 1943. Despite several other attempts to have him freed or transferred to another prison, Lambert died in a German concentration camp in 1944. See more »

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