Fric-Frac

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  • Genre(s): Drama Comedy
  • Release year: 1939
  • Running time: 105 min
Fric-Frac is a 1939 French comedy film directed by Claude Autant-Lara and Maurice Lehmann, starring Fernandel, Arletty and Michel Simon. It tells the story of Marcel, an assistant to a jeweller, who befriends a couple of criminals who want to use him... read more

Fric-Frac is a 1939 French comedy film directed by Claude Autant-Lara and Maurice Lehmann, starring Fernandel, Arletty and Michel Simon. It tells the story of Marcel, an assistant to a jeweller, who befriends a couple of criminals who want to use him as an accomplice to rob his boss. The film is based on a 1936 play by Édouard Bourdet. Filming took place in March and April 1939 at the Laboratoires et Studios Eclair in Épinay-sur-Seine. The film was released in France on 15 June 1939 through Solaris Distribution.

Original Release

06/15/1939

US Release

05/28/1948

Cast

Fernandel Marcel
Arletty Loulou
Michel Simon Jo 'Les bras coupés' / Jo
René Génin Blain
Génia Vaury La grande Marie
Jacques Varennes Tintin
Marcel Vallée Mercadier - le bijoutier
Hélène Robert Renée
Andrex Petit-Louis
Rivers Cadet Le joueur-appât
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Claude Autant-Lara, Maurice Lehmann

Writers

Édouard Bourdet, Michel Duran

Cast

Fernandel Marcel
Arletty Loulou
Michel Simon Jo 'Les bras coupés' / Jo
René Génin Blain
Génia Vaury La grande Marie
Jacques Varennes Tintin
Marcel Vallée Mercadier - le bijoutier
Hélène Robert Renée
Andrex Petit-Louis
Rivers Cadet Le joueur-appât
Henri Charrett Le joueur de Bonneteau
Fernand Flament Bit Part
Georges Lannes Fernand
Frédéric Mariotti Bit Part
Sarah Rafale Bit Part
Titys Le serveur du restaurant

Producers

Editors

Victoria Mercanton

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