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Princess Tam Tam(1935)

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Brief Synopsis

A French novelist passes off a Tunisian shepherdess as royalty to get back at his cheating wife.

Cast & Crew

Max Montagu Director
Albert Prejean Max Demirecourt
Germaine Aussey Lucie Demirecourt
George Benoit Cinematographer
Pepito Abatino Screenwriter
Yves Mirande Adaptation
Yves Mirande Dialogue
Lazare Meerson Art Direction
Kino International Domestic Theatrical Distributor
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1935 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  not available
Sound:  Mono (RCA High Fidelity Recording) Production Co:  Kino International .....Domestic Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  not available
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  • Princess Tam Tam

    Nandi Crawford 2011-07-28

    I am so glad that TCM had a copy of this movie to be shown here on TCM. For years, we knew of Miss Baker's movies and exploits in Europe, but to see... MORE>

  • Josephine Baker Cooks in Princess Tam Tam

    Noor 2011-07-28

    This really is a delight of a film. Especially when one considers that it is being played against a backdrop of American Racism and ugliness toward her... MORE>

  • Enlightening "Must"

    Barry 2006-03-07

    Miss Baker convinces as the almost-civilized native girl in this enjoyable little film. Physically larger in persona than presumed, and not at all grand... MORE>