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Donogoo
Directed byHenri Chomette
Reinhold Schünzel
Written byGeorges Neveux
Based onDonogoo by Jules Romains
Produced byRaoul Ploquin
Erich von Neusser
StarringRenée Saint-Cyr
Raymond Rouleau
Marcel Simon
CinematographyFriedl Behn-Grund
Edited byArnfried Heyne
Music byFranz Doelle
Werner Eisbrenner
Production
company
Distributed byL'Alliance Cinématographique Européenne
Release date
  • 10 April 1936 (1936-04-10)
Running time
89 minutes
CountriesFrance
Germany
LanguageFrench

Donogoo is a 1936 French-German comedy film directed by Henri Chomette and Reinhold Schünzel and starring Renée Saint-Cyr, Raymond Rouleau and Marcel Simon.[1][2] It was produced and distributed by the French subsidiary of Germany's UFA. Shooting took place at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin.[3] The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Hunte and Willy Schiller.[4]

Cast

References

  1. ^ Crisp p.407
  2. ^ Bessy & Chirat p.175
  3. ^ Jacobsen p.349
  4. ^ Bock & Töteberg p.306

Bibliography

  • Bessy, Maurice & Chirat, Raymond. Histoire du cinéma français: encyclopédie des films, Volume 2. Pygmalion, 1986.
  • Bock, Hans-Michael & Töteberg, Michael. Das Ufa-Buch. Zweitausendeins, 1992.
  • Crisp, Colin. Genre, Myth and Convention in the French Cinema, 1929-1939. Indiana University Press, 2002.
  • Jacobsen, Wolfgang. Babelsberg: ein Filmstudio 1912-1992. Argon, 1992.
  • Rège, Philippe. Encyclopedia of French Film Directors, Volume 1. Scarecrow Press, 2009.

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