School for Postmen Trailer

School for Postmen Trailer (1947)

01 January 1947 Comedy 16 mins

Jacques Tati plays a French postman adamant to prove he can be just as fast as American postmen at delivering mail.

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Cast

Jacques Tati

as Postman

Paul Demange

as Chief Postman

Crew

Fred Orain

Fred Orain Producer

International Titles

The School for Postmen Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 01 January 1947

Production Companies

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