Le Bal Trailer

Le Bal Trailer (1983)

21 December 1983 110 mins

The 50 year story of a ballroom in France, from the 1920s. The people who go there is always the same, even the musicians. You can see all kind of people dancing all the fashion dances (depending on the age).

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Cast

Christophe Allwright

as le jeune homme de banlieue

Étienne Guichard

as le jeune professur

Régis Bouquet

as le patron de la salle

Arnault Lecarpentier

as le jeune typographe

Liliane Delval

as l'alcoolique

Martine Chauvin

as la jeune fleuriste

Marc Berman

as le collabo

Danielle Rochard

as la livreuse d'une modiste

Nani Noël

as la fille de joie / la jeune juive / la refugiée

Aziz Arbia

as le jeune ouvrier

International Titles

Le Bal - Der Tanzpalast Trailer

La sala de baile Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 21 December 1983

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