Three Artillerymen at the Opera

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Three Artillerymen at the Opera
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Directed by André Chotin
Written byAndré Chotin
Roger Ferdinand
André Haguet
Starring Pierre Larquey
Roland Toutain
Paul Azaïs
Cinematography Scarciafico Hugo
Georges Raulet
Music by Jane Bos
Production
company
Films de Koster
Distributed byPellegrin Cinéma
Release date
10 May 1939
CountryFrance
Language French

Three Artillerymen at the Opera (French: Trois artilleurs à l'opéra) is a 1938 French comedy film directed by André Chotin and starring Pierre Larquey, Roland Toutain and Paul Azaïs. [1]

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The film's sets were designed by the art director René Renoux.

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  1. Rège p.218

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