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Le distrait

1970

Un film de Pierre Richard

Avec Pierre Richard, Bernard Blier, Maria Pacôme

Pierre Malaquet is absent-minded and has a vivid imagination tinged with grim humour. His mother gets him a job with an advertising agency where his blunders keep making the headlines. Meanwhile Pierre realizes he loves his boss's secretary. The boss uses the opportunity to send the troublesome genius and his sweetheart to an unsuspecting colleague in the United States.
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Le chemin des écoliers

1959

Un film de Michel Boisrond

Avec Françoise Arnoul, Bourvil, Lino Ventura

In 1943 during the Occupation of France, Antoine Michaud does black-market business to support his mistress. He plans to visit her for a few days and on the way, he runs into his father in a cabaret. Mister Michaud, senior, was convinced up until their meeting that his son was in the provinces with a school buddy. To prevent a public scandal, the cabaret owner instructs Olga, a luscious doll, to use her wiles on Mister Michaud. In the end, the father and son manage to build a new relationship.
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Du rififi chez les hommes

1955

Un film de Jules Dassin

Avec Jean Servais, Robert Manuel, Carl Mohner

Tony is an old and almost finished man who has just spent five years in jail. He has lost his place among the mob. His old friend Jo is nevertheless still loyal to him and proposes him the burglary of a jewelry. This is the chance for Tony to retire with a last exploit. The hold-up is carefully prepared but rival gangsters are watching Tony and his friends. A great classic movie of the French "film noir" which evokes the American classic movie "Asphalt Jungle".
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Quai des blondes

1954

Un film de Paul Cadeac

Avec Michel Auclair, Barbara Laage, Madeleine Lebeau

An illicit cigarette traffic is running rampant in the Mediterranean, triggering off clashes between Ferrer's and Lucky Esposito's two crews. When Ferrer is taken to the cleaner's by the rival gang, he wants revenge. During his perilous adventures, he meets the singer Barbara, who saves his life, while the police take over and wipe out Lucky's gang.
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affiche La souriciere
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La souriciere

1950

Un film de Henri Calef

Avec François Périer, Bernard Blier, Danièle Godet

Michel, a junior lawyer, learns that his client who has been charged with theft has also murdered Madame Roubaix. The victim's son-in-law refuses to use an alibi that will compromise his mistress, and is sentenced to death. Lawyer-client privilege prevents Michel from exposing his client but the man will give himself away.
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