|In the Sun of Marseille|
|Directed by||Pierre-Jean Ducis|
|Produced by||Henri Ullmann|
|Music by||Georges Sellers|
Productions Henri Ullmann
|Distributed by||Consortium du Film|
|4 May 1938|
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An operetta film, it portrays the lives of a group of football-loving factory workers who travel to Belgium for a match.
The film's sets were designed by Lucien Jaquelux.
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