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Le château de verre, Movie, 1950 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Glass Castle
  • Rendezvous in Paris (Germany)
  • O gyalinos pyrgos (Greece)
  • L'amante di una notte (Italy)
  • Szklany zamek (Poland)

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DidierF FR

2013-06-03 09:25

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Excellemment joué par Jean Marais et Michèle Morgan, Elina Labourdette, Jean Servais et une actrice italienne (doublée par Maria Casarès, je crois bien). Dialogues ciselés par Pierre Bost, photo superbe. Vous ai-je dit que j'aime beaucoup René Clément ?

Tenez, quelques photos de Marais & Morgan
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… et Mlle Labourdette
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Bon, des voitures, aussi.

DidierF FR

2013-06-03 09:46

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… et un avion ! Un anglais, non ?
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chris40 UK

2013-06-03 09:51

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DidierF wrote … et un avion ! Un anglais, non ?

Bristol Freighter, possibly of Silver City Airways.

DidierF FR

2013-06-03 17:24

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chris40 wrote Bristol Freighter, possibly of Silver City Airways.
Thanks.
The marking is French, and the name of the company ends with "air transport" :
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DidierF FR

2013-06-03 17:46

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Oh, au fait, à l'attention des administrateurs : la Buick et la Delahaye devraient avoir trois étoiles, et la Ciroën – un taxi – en 012544, deux étoiles.

Ce film est gorgé de magnifiques plans sur Paris, la gare de Lyon, la place du Panthéon, et le quartier du Palais royal, et aussi les hauteurs de Ménilmontant.

On y voit aussi des scènes de procès à Berne, qui rappellent très fortement celles de "L'affaire Maurizius" de Duvivier, ce tribunal suisse étant très caractéristique dans la disposition des juges, accusé, témoins.

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chris40 UK

2013-06-03 20:31

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DidierF wrote The marking is French, and the name of the company ends with "air transport" :

From Wikipedia: In summer 1961, Silver City agreed with rival French air ferry operator Compagnie Air Transport (CAT) for the latter to finance the construction of a two-mile rail spur into Le Touquet Airport from the nearby main line to reduce the travelling time between the airport and Paris by cutting out the coach/rail change at Étaples. In return, Silver City transferred three of its Superfreighters to CAT along with the traffic rights to operate the Ferryfield — Le Touquet and Bournemouth (Hurn) — Cherbourg routes. This arrangement gave CAT a 25% share of the car ferry market between Britain and France.
So the plane was a Superfreighter ...

sixcyl FR

2013-06-03 21:29

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Yes, it's a CAT-Cie Air Transport's Bristol, but not the Superfreighter, it's the 170 Freighter Mk.21 that CAT operated too.

sixcyl FR

2013-06-13 23:06

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Aircraft at:
http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Le_ch%C3%A2teau_de_verre

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