Amour et carburateur (1925) - Watch Online. Directed by Pierre Colombier

Genres Comedy    
Country France
Runtime 63 min
Plot Alcide Darbois, a small-time garage owner, and his sister Ursule come into a fabulous inheritance and become powerful industrialists. The cars they make a re very successful on the French market. Now a bit of a snob, Alcide decides to marry his daughter Suzanne to Marquis Gaëtan de la Michodière, but the young lady is actually in love with Bégonia, her father's chief worker. A car racing event will resolve the situation.... search for Amour et carburateur on IMDb

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