Casque d'or Golden Marie /
In an open-air dance hall, the members of Leca's gang are relaxing with their ladies. One of the ladies, Marie, meets Manda, who is a carpenter by trade. Marie's man Roland is a jealous sort and does not like the idea of Marie and Manda becoming friendly, and Leca himself has his eye on Ma...
|Corporate Author:||Criterion Collection (Firm), Image Entertainment (Firm)|
|Other Authors:||Becker, Jacques, 1906-1960. (Screenwriter), Companéez, J. (Screenwriter), Hakim, Raymond, 1909-1980. (Producer), Hakim, Robert, 1907-1992. (Producer), Signoret, Simone, 1921-1985., Reggiani, Serge., Dauphin, Claude, 1903-1978., Bussières, Raymond, 1907-1982., Modot, Gaston, 1887-1970., Lefebvre, Robert, 1907-1989., Parys, Georges van.|
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In an open-air dance hall, the members of Leca's gang are relaxing with their ladies. One of the ladies, Marie, meets Manda, who is a carpenter by trade. Marie's man Roland is a jealous sort and does not like the idea of Marie and Manda becoming friendly, and Leca himself has his eye on Marie. What follows is a story of love, death, friendship and jealousy during the Belle Epoque.
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Originally released as a motion picture in 1952.
Special features: new, restored high-definition digital transfer; audio commentary by film scholar Peter Cowie; 1995 video interview with actor Serge Reggiani; 1960 interview with actress Simone Signoret from the French television program 'Cinepanorama'; excerpt from an episode of the French television series 'Cinéastes de notre temps', dedicated to Jacques Becker; rare, silent behind-the-scenes footage of Becker on the set, with commentary by film scholar Philip Kemp; new essay by Kemp.
1 videodisc (ca. 94 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 1.0 mono.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Director of photography, Robert Le Febvre ; editor, Marguerite Renoir ; music, Georges Van Parys ; costume designer, Mayo ; production designer, Jean D'Eaubonne.
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