Gervaise Trailer

Gervaise Trailer (1956)

05 September 1956 Drama, Romance, Foreign 112 mins

An adaptation of Émile Zola’s 1877 masterpiece L’assommoir, the film is an uncompromising depiction of a lowly laundress’s struggles to deal with an alcoholic husband while running her own business.

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Cast

Maria Schell

as Gervaise Macquart Coupeau, une blanchisseuse douce et courageuse

François Périer

as Henri Coupeau - le second compagnon de Gervaise, un ouvrier zingueur

Jany Holt

as Mme Lorilleux - la soeur revêche de Coupeau

Mathilde Casadesus

as Mme Boche - la concierge curieuse

Suzy Delair

as Virginie Poisson, une rivale de Gervaise

Armand Mestral

as Lantier, l'amant de Gervaise

Florelle

as Maman Coupeau

Lucien Hubert

as Mr Poisson

Jacques Harden

as Goujet, le forgeron amoureux de Gervaise

Crew

Georges Auric

Original Music Composer

Robert Juillard

Robert Juillard Director of Photography

Paul Bertrand

Paul Bertrand Production Design

Claude Clément

Claude Clément Assistant Director

Serge Friedman

Serge Friedman Assistant Director

International Titles

小酒馆 Trailer

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International Releases Dates

France 05 September 1956

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