|Three Artillerymen at the Opera|
|Directed by||André Chotin|
|Written by||André Chotin |
|Starring|| Pierre Larquey |
|Music by||Jane Bos|
|Cinematography|| Scarciafico Hugo |
Films de Koster
|Distributed by||Pellegrin Cinéma|
|10 May 1939|
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.
The film's sets were designed by the art director René Renoux.
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Captain Ardant is a 1951 French spy film directed by André Zwoboda and starring Yves Vincent, Renée Saint-Cyr and Jean Danet. It is an adaptation of the 1938 novel Captain Ardant by Pierre Nord. There had been several previous attempts to film the novel, but none had been completed.
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