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Seul dans la nuit (1945)

Director:

Christian Stengel

Writers:

Yves Boisyvon (original scenario) (as Y. et J. Boisyvon), Jacqueline Boisyvon (original scenario) (as Y. et J. Boisyvon) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bernard Blier ... Inspecteur Pascal
Sophie Desmarets ... Thérèse
Jacques Pills ... Marny
Jean Davy Jean Davy ... Dalbret
Ginette Baudin Ginette Baudin ... Eliane Roy
Annette Poivre ... Mireille
Ariane Murator Ariane Murator ... Mme Lalorgue (as Ariane Muratore)
Robert Le Fort Robert Le Fort ... Legal (as Robert Lefort)
André Wasley André Wasley ... Bernard
Belaieff Belaieff
Jacques Dynam ... Le chasseur
Sylviane Claudel Sylviane Claudel ... L'arpète
Denise Benoît Denise Benoît
Jacques Morel Jacques Morel ... Melor
Marcel André Marcel André ... Planquine
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Genres:

Crime

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

21 November 1945 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Das unheimliche Lied See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Seul dans la Nuit
Music by Louiguy
Lyrics by Jean Solar
Performed by Jacques Pills
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Alone in the night....
27 September 2005 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

Does this film really need to be restored ?I have my doubts.This is a thriller but it fails to generate any thrills.Only one scene stands out: a disfigured thespian plays on a stage in a theater (a Musset drama) where nobody 's watching him.

All that remains is generally unexciting:a singer (Jacques Pills who was a singer in real life but is best remembered as one of Edith Piaf's husbands)enjoys a big hit -so to speak,cause there were no charts at the time - with a song called "seul dans la nuit" (alone in the night).Alas there's a serial killer in the town ,and every time a woman is killed ,this ditty is heard ;and there's worse:all these unfortunate victims sent a letter to the artist.Could he be a killer? But around him,there are enough suspects to make cop Bernard Blier's task hard.

Does this film really need to be restored when so many Duvivier early movies are still waiting?


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