Captain Craddock (French: Le capitaine Craddock) is a 1931 German French-language musical comedy film directed by Max de Vaucorbeil and Hanns Schwarz and starring Jean Murat, Käthe von Nagy and Charles Redgie. It is a French-language version of the 1931 German film Bombs on Monte Carlo. It is sometimes known as Bombe Sur Monte Carlo.
|Produced by||Erich Pommer|
|Music by||Werner R. Heymann|
|Distributed by||L'Alliance Cinématographique Européenne|
|4 December 1931|
- Jean Murat as Le capitaine Craddock
- Käthe von Nagy as La reine Yola
- Charles Redgie as Pierre
- Alice Tissot as Isabelle
- Sinoël as Le consul
- Rachel Devirys as Diane
- Paul Ollivier as Le directeur du casino
- Lucien Callamand as Brégaillon
- Nicolas Redelsperger as Le ministre des finances
- Comedian Harmonists as Themselves
According to Philippe Goddin, author of Hergé - Chronologie d'une oeuvre, the name of Tintin's character Captain Haddock is inspired by this film. In The Crab with the Golden Claws, Haddock sings one of the film songs, Les gars de la Marine.