Adémaï au poteau-frontière (1950)


Film Review

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Adémaï au poteau-frontière is a French film comedy first released in France on 4th September 1950, directed by Paul Colline. Cinematography was by Georges Delaunay and the film was scored by Daniel White. It stars Paul Colline, Thérèse Aspar, Paul Barré, Rivers Cadet and Sophie Carral.   It is an Eole Productions production, produced by Emile Darbel.   It is a black and white film and runs to 1 hour and 36 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Adémaï au poteau-frontière is: mediocre - watchable, but not unless you have something better to do,

The actor Rivers Cadet has also appeared in: Famille nombreuse (1934), Chipée (1938), Finance noire (1943) and Les dieux du dimanche (1949).

Other comedy films of the 1950s from France that are recommended viewing include: Maurice Régamey's Comme un cheveu sur la soupe (1957), Henri Verneuil's L'Ennemi public no 1 (1953), Marc Allégret's Julietta (1953), Henri Verneuil's Le Mouton à cinq pattes (1954) and Marcel Achard's La Valse de Paris (1950).

Film Credits

  • Director: Paul Colline
  • Script: Paul Colline (dialogue)
  • Cinematographer: Georges Delaunay
  • Music: Daniel White
  • Cast: Paul Colline (Adémaï), Thérèse Aspar, Paul Barré, Rivers Cadet, Sophie Carral, Louis de Funès, Roger Desmare, Simone Duhart, Raymond Girard, Suzanne Grujon, Alice Leitner, René Lécuyer, Jacques Mareuil, Jean Richard, Noël Roquevert, Max Révol, Maurice Schutz, Skora
  • Editor: Jeannette Berton
  • Producer: Emile Darbel
  • Production company: Eole Productions
  • Country: France
  • Language: French
  • Support: Black and White
  • Runtime: 96 min

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