L'opéra de quat'sous Trailer

L'opéra de quat'sous Trailer (1931)

04 November 1931 Drama 104 mins

The French-language version of the The Threepenny Opera with a different crew from the german version.

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Margo Lion

as Jenny


as Polly Peachum

Gaston Modot

as Jeremiah Peachum

Jacques Henley

as Tiger Brown

Antonin Artaud

as Un mendiant


G.W. Pabst


International Titles

Die 3-Groschen-Oper Trailer

L'Opéra de quat'sous Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 04 November 1931

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