|Atoll K 1951 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Leo Joannon
Cast: Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel, Suzy Delair, Max Elloy, Adriano Rimoldi, Paul Frees, Luigi Tosi, Alec Dalmatoff, Suzet Mais, Roger Legris, Vittorio Caproioli, Lucien Callamand, Robert Vattier, Robert Murzeau
When their yacht runs aground during a storm, Stan and Oliver (Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy) are stranded on an atoll with their cook Giovanni Copini (Adriano Rimoldi) and stowaway Antoine (Max Elloy). They are soon joined by a nightclub singer Cherie Lamour (Suzy Delair) who has run away from her domineering fiance. They form their own republic, and life is good–until they discover Uranium on the atoll, word gets out, and the world powers fight for control. This marks Laurel and Hardy's final feature film.
|Marius 1931 N/R, 125 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Alexander Korda
Cast: Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Orane Demazis, Fernand Charpin, Alida Rouffe, Paul Dullac, Alexandre Mihalesco, Robert Vattier, Edouard Delmont, Milly Mathis, Marcel Maupi, Lucien Callamand
In this the first of Marcel Pagnol's trilogy–"Fanny" (1932) and "Cesar" (1936) would follow–the story begins in Marseilles in the late 1920s. Marius (Pierre Fresnay) and Fanny (Orane Demazis) are in love, but Marius delays marriage because he longs to go to sea. Fanny, at long last, understands his desire and grants him his wish.
|1. Atoll K (1951)|
aka: Robinson Crusoeland
2. Marius (1931)
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