|On the Streets|
|Directed by||Victor Trivas|
|Written by||J.-H. Rosny aîné|
|Starring||Vladimir Sokoloff |
|Music by||Hanns Eisler|
|Cinematography||Rudolph Maté |
Societé Internationale Cinématographique
|Distributed by||Arthur Mayer & Joseph Burstyn (USA)|
|26 July 1933 (France)|
4 September 1933 (USA)
On the Streets (French: Dans les rues) is a 1933 French crime drama film directed by Victor Trivas and starring Vladimir Sokoloff, Jean-Pierre Aumont and Madeleine Ozeray. The film was based on novel of J.-H. Rosny aîné. The film's sets were designed by the art director Andrej Andrejew.
The film is also known under the title Song of the Streets, and was the first film of French actor Jean Marais.
The plot focuses on a gang of young criminals and their redemption through the intervention of a sympathetic judge.
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