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We're No Angels (7-Jul-1955)

Director: Michael Curtiz

Writer: Ranald MacDougall

From a play: La Cuisine de Anges by Albert Husson

Music Score by: Frederick Hollander

Producer: Pat Duggan

Keywords: Dark Comedy, Christmas

Three escapes from the notorious Devil's Island prison angle for returning to Paris via ship. While waiting for departure they select shopkeeper Felix Ducotel and his family to relieve of their money and quite probably their lives, but instead the convicts become involved in Ducotel's current predicament. With Humphrey Bogart in an uncharacteristic comic role; everything in this film comes together.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joan Bennett
27-Feb-1910 7-Dec-1990 Little Women
Humphrey Bogart
25-Dec-1899 14-Jan-1957 Casablanca
Leo G. Carroll
25-Oct-1892 16-Oct-1972 Waverly on The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Basil Rathbone
13-Jun-1892 21-Jul-1967 Played original Sherlock Holmes
Aldo Ray
25-Sep-1926 27-Mar-1991 The Green Berets
John Smith
6-Mar-1931 25-Jan-1995 Slim Sherman on Laramie
Gloria Talbott
7-Feb-1931 19-Sep-2000 I Married a Monster from Outer Space
Peter Ustinov
16-Apr-1921 28-Mar-2004 British stage actor


Humphrey Bogart   ...   Joseph
Aldo Ray   ...   Albert
Peter Ustinov   ...   Jules
Joan Bennett   ...   Amelie Ducotel
Basil Rathbone   ...   Andre Trochard
Leo G. Carroll   ...   Felix Ducotel
John Baer   ...   Paul Trochard
Gloria Talbott   ...   Isabelle Ducotel
Lea Penman   ...   Mme. Parole
John Smith   ...   Arnaud


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