|The Gaieties of the Squadron|
|Distributed by||Société Française des Films Éclair|
|24 October 1913|
The Gaieties of the Squadron (French: Les gaîtés de l'escadron) is a 1913 French silent comedy film directed by Joseph Faivre and Maurice Tourneur and starring Edmond Duquesne, Henry Roussel and Henri Gouget.  It is a military-based farce adapted from the popular play by Georges Courteline. Tourneur later remade it as a sound film Fun in the Barracks (1932).
The life of disorderly soldiers in the barracks dealing with daily routines.
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