Barbe-Bleue: What to do when you are nicknamed Bluebeard and you have lost your your sixth wife? Marry a seventh one of course! This time around, Count de Salfère has chosen young Aline, the innkeeper's daughter. So much the worse if the belle already has a lover in the person of Giglio, little does it matter that the villagers accuse Bluebeard of having murdered his former wives, the proud papa says yes to the count. The wedding takes place with all the pomp and circumstance expected by all but the wedding night is less impressive as "Bluebeard" falls asleep, failing to honor his young wife. And just guess what the blushing bride does the next morning? She of course goes to the secret room to know everything about the secret beyond the door. But what she sees once the door is opened with the mysterious golden key has nothing to do with the legend...
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||June 30, 1951|
|Actors:||Carl Wery Cecile Aubry Diana Bel Espanita Cortez Fernand Fabre Fernand Rauzena Geneviève Gerald Georges Chamarat Henri Cote Henri Rollan Ina Halley Jacques Sernas Jean Debucourt Made Siame Pierre Brasseur Reggie Nalder Robert Arnoux Robert Dartois|
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