|It Happened in Aden|
|Directed by||Michel Boisrond|
|Written by|| Jean Aurel |
|Based on|| The Environs of Aden |
by Pierre Benoît
|Produced by||Simon Barstoff|
|Starring|| André Luguet |
|Edited by||Claudine Bouché|
|Music by||Georges Van Parys|
|22 August 1956|
It Happened in Aden (French: C'est arrivé à Aden...) is a 1956 French historical comedy film directed by Michel Boisrond and starring André Luguet, Jacques Dacqmine and Dany Robin.  It is based on the 1940 novel The Environs of Aden by Pierre Benoît.
The film's sets were designed by the art director René Moulaert.
In the late nineteenth century, a French theatrical troupe become stranded in the British colony of Aden where the officers of the garrison woo the leading stars. One of them, Albine, attracts the interest of a local Prince there to sign a treaty with the British, leading to his kidnapping her.
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