Rooster Heart

Rooster Heart (French: Coeur de coq) is a 1946 French comedy film directed by Maurice Cloche and starring Fernandel, Gisèle Alcee and Jean Témerson.[1] The film's sets were designed by Robert Giordani.

Rooster Heart
Directed byMaurice Cloche
Produced byAlain Poiré
Written byJean-Pierre Feydeau
Raymond Vincy
StarringFernandel
Gisèle Alcee
Jean Témerson
Music byRoger Dumas
CinematographyWilly Faktorovitch
Edited byRenée Gary
Production
company
Distributed byGaumont Film Company
Release date
27 December 1946
Running time
75 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

A man is too shy to ask a girl out and decides to kill himself. While lying in the road he is rescued by a Doctor who tries to cure him by implanting the heart of a rooster into him, something which suddenly makes him irresistible to women.

Cast

  • Fernandel as Tulipe
  • Gisèle Alcée as Loulou
  • Jean Témerson as Stanislas Pugilaskoff
  • Marcel Vallée as Tournesol
  • Maximilienne as Mme Estelle
  • Henri Arius as Lacorbiere
  • Darcelys
  • Marthe Marty
  • Lorette Gallant
  • Paul Azaïs as Serapain
  • Rouzeaud
  • Jacques Hélian
  • Michel Roger
  • Maria Aranda
  • Mireille Perrey as Mme Bourride, dite :Vera
  • Mag-Avril
  • Cora Camoin
  • Henri Doublier
  • Liane Marlene
  • Zappy Max as Un musicien de l'orchestre

References

  1. Quinlan p.178

Bibliography

  • Quinlan, David. Quinlan's Film Stars. Batsford, 2000.
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