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Belle équipe, La (They Were Five) (1936)





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La Belle Equipe (The Good Crew) was the fourth of six smash hits in a row for director Julien Duvivier. The fortunes of five unemployed laborers take a radical turn for the better when they jointly win a 100,000-franc lottery prize. Jean Gabin, the self-appointed leader of the bunch, suggests that they not throw their money away but instead invest it in a road-house on the river Marne. Their dreams of instant success are dashed when Vivian Romance, the common-law wife of Gabin's friend Charles Vanel, shows up demanding her portion of the winnings -- then plots the destruction of Gabin because he refuses to make love to her. In the end, "The Good Crew" collapses under the weight of treachery, jealousy and murder. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Jean Gabin
as Jeannot
Charles Granval
as Proprietor
Raymond Cordy
as Drunkard
Jacques Baumer
as M. Jubette
Marcelle Géniat
as Grandmother
Vincent Hyspa
as Photographer
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