Gunga Din / George Stevens, réal. ; Ben Hecht, Charles Mac Arthur, Rudyard Kipling, aut. adaptés ; Joel Sayre, Fred Guiol, scénario ; Alfred Newman, comp. ; Cary Grant, Victor Mc Laglen, Douglas Fairbanks jr... [et al.], act.

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Stevens, George, 1904-1975. Gunga Din / George Stevens, réal. ; Ben Hecht, Charles Mac Arthur, Rudyard Kipling, aut. adaptés ; Joel Sayre, Fred Guiol, scénario ; Alfred Newman, comp. ; Cary Grant, Victor Mc Laglen, Douglas Fairbanks jr... [et al.], act.

Gunga Din / George Stevens, réal. ; Ben Hecht, Charles Mac Arthur, Rudyard Kipling, aut. adaptés ; Joel Sayre, Fred Guiol, scénario ; Alfred Newman, comp. ; Cary Grant, Victor Mc Laglen, Douglas Fairbanks jr... [et al.], act.

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