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Les cinq sous de Lavarède, Movie, 1939 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Five Cents of Lavarede
  • Volta ao Mundo (Brazil)
  • La vuelta al mundo de Lavarede (Spain)
  • Il giro del mondo (Italy)

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2016-01-04 01:24

As you probably guess it, there is a (short) chase between the truck and the police car (Citroën) but seen only one by one on the screen.
The other truck is used by Lavarède (thespian : Fernandel) as tractor when he's on the bike.
BTW, behind him the both cars are to be identified (first, I've though the one on the right was the same one seen downwards but I was wrong).

The car is loaded on the steamship Normandie [Image: 5sous_00016.jpg] which is reached by train [Image: 5sous_00015.jpg] by Lavarède and C°.
But there is too another steamer : [Image: 5sous_00019.jpg]

And -of course- I could not forget the aircraft (http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Les_cinq_sous_de_Lavarède).

DidierF FR

2016-01-04 03:16

Oh la jolie collection de voitures et camions ! (Quand je pense que je ne suis jamais allé au-delà du premier quart d'heure de ce film…)


2016-01-04 13:30

The Fast Forward touch is (sometimes) my best friend ... :)

Mais du coup, il manque une petite série de véhicules croisés lors du finish de Fernandel. A noter que le speaker souligne l'arrivée du vrai vainqueur du Tour de France, montré "ASAP", de loin lors de son tour d'honneur ; probablement Gino Bartali (le film étant sorti sur les écrans en mars 1939).

DidierF FR

2016-01-04 13:38

LVCDC, as-tu attrapé le film sur Youtube ? (Je pense que c'est là que je l'avais entrevu.)

-- Last edit: 2016-01-04 13:41:30


2016-01-04 13:55

No - source is a french DVD (Éditeur : ZYLO).
BTW, I'm sorry but I didn't take note of timing; all the cars are seen during the last quarter but the one loaded on board the Normandy (in this case, time is around 10/15 mn as like for the train).

-- Last edit: 2016-01-04 17:00:41

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