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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pascal Mazzotti Pascal Mazzotti ... Récitant / Narrator (voice)
Maître Naud Maître Naud ... Himself
Fabienne Jamet Fabienne Jamet ... Herself
Manouche Manouche ... Herself
Maître Weil-Curiel Maître Weil-Curiel ... Himself
Maurice Bardèche Maurice Bardèche ... Himself
Michel Audiard ... Himself
Maud Belleroche Maud Belleroche ... Herself (as Maud de Belleroche)
André Pousse ... Himself
Dominique Aury Dominique Aury ... Herself
Jean Mara Jean Mara ... Himself
Arno Breker Arno Breker ... Himself
Edouard Nessler Edouard Nessler ... Himself
Jean-Louis Bory Jean-Louis Bory ... Himself
Marc Doelnitz Marc Doelnitz ... Himself
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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

28 April 1976 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Singing During the Occupation See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

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Black and White | Color (Eastmancolor)
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Soundtracks

Notre Espoir
Music by Henri Betti
Lyrics by Maurice Chevalier
Performed by Maurice Chevalier
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Excellent: well-paced, informative, filled with rare original clips.
7 October 2001 | by Andy44See all my reviews

A very well made documentary about artists and entertainers under the Nazi occupation of France. Presents the entire spectrum from resisters to semi-fascists, mostly in popular entertainment- stage, song, film, etc. Along with the famous (Chevalier, Piaf), it covers many less known in America.

I saw only about the last 45 minutes of this on TV a few years ago, and wish I could get a tape or disc. Other documentaries and stories on collaboration/resistance and their nuances have been made, but I think this seemingly unknown film is one of the best. In addition to present day interviews and contextual material, it has many original film clips of performances during the Occupation, and almost all of them were new to me, and often fascinating.

The owners should put out a tape, or at least get it on TV some more.


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