Three Sailors (1934 film)

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Three Sailors
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Directed by Charles Barrois
Written byHenri Alibert (operetta)
Arnold Lipp  [ fr ]
René Sarvil (operetta)
Raymond Vincy (operetta)
Music by Vincent Scotto
Cinematography Paul Cotteret
Production
company
Métropa-Film
Distributed byGéxéfilm
Release date
19 October 1934
Running time
90 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Three Sailors (French: Trois de la marine) is a 1934 French comedy film directed by Charles Barrois and starring Armand Bernard, Betty Stockfeld and Henri Alibert. [1] It was remade in 1957.

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