L'Auberge rouge (1951) - Rotten Tomatoes

L'Auberge rouge (1951)





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In this religious satire, a band of travelers take refuge from a blizzard in an isolated inn. It is unfortunate that they must stay there as the proprietors have a tendency to kill their guests and rob them. A priest learns about this via confession, but as he is bound to silence, cannot warn the other guests--at least not verbally. Mayhem ensues as he hastily devises a series of tricks to save them. This comedy was banned in England.


as The Monk
Françoise Rosay
as Marie Martin
Julien Carette
as Mons. Martin
Lud Germain
as Fetiche
André Dalibert
as Woodcutter
Yves Montand
as Singing Commentator
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