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affiche Le guignolo
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Le guignolo

1980

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean-Paul Belmondo, Michel Galabru, Georges Geret

After getting out of prison, Alexandre Boroni is back in business, the international swindling business, that is. On the plane to Venice, troubles start when a stranger hands to an unsuspecting Alexandre a case containing a lighter with the microfilm of a secret formula, which certain foreign powers would love to get their hands on. An action-packed comedy with an ever-astonishing Jean-Paul Belmondo.
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affiche Flic ou voyou
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Flic ou voyou

1979

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean-Paul Belmondo, Marie Laforet, Michel Galabru

Two gang leaders, aided and abetted by certain law officers, rule over Nice. When a police detective and a prostitute are murdered, Stanislas Borowitz, from the internal affairs, is called to straighten things out. He does his job, single-handed and incognito, with little regards for rules and regulations - a cop using tough guy tactics. But the unexpected arrival of his thirteen year old daughter throws a monkey wrench into his plans.
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affiche Le grand escogriffe
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Le grand escogriffe

1976

Un film de Claude Pinoteau

Avec Yves Montand, Agostina Belli, Claude Brasseur

Emile Morland writes scripts and dreams of making them come true. So he cooks up a plan to substitute one child for another. The aim is to get a 600,000 dollar ransom from a banker. Aristide and Amandine, a young actress, agree to help him. The exchange goes off well but the banker is so taken with the nice new baby that he refuses to take back his willful little son.
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affiche Comment réussir... quand on est con et pleurnichard
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Comment réussir... quand on est con et pleurnichard
How to make good when one is a jerk and a crybaby

1974

Un film de Michel Audiard

Avec Jean Carmet, Stéphane Audran, Jean-Pierre Marielle

Antoine Robineau has an unbeatable technique to sell unadulterated vermouth: he gets customers to feel sorry for him by crying and ranting about his troubles and imaginary ills. It works with women, too. All of them - from a masochistic yet sentimental strip-tease artist to the mistress of a grand hotel owner - drown in the sea of Antoine's tears.
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affiche Le cri du cormoran le soir au-dessus des jonques
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Le cri du cormoran le soir au-dessus des jonques

1971

Un film de Michel Audiard

Avec Michel Serrault, Bernard Blier, Paul Meurisse

Alfred is asked to play dead by a criminal gang, headed by a certain Mister K., so they can use his corpse to smuggle diamonds into Istanbul. Alfred refuses to go along the plan and escapes Mr. K.'s gang only to be captured by the bandit Kruger who wants to get his hands on the jacket with the hidden diamonds. Alfred is just a plaything kidnapped first by one gang and then by the other in a merry-go-round of lost and found. The police eventually get wind of what is going on and save Alfred.
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affiche Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas mais elle cause
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Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas mais elle cause

1970

Un film de Michel Audiard

Avec Annie Girardot, Bernard Blier, Mireille Darc

Georgette's job as a cleaning woman has enabled her to ferret out the secrets of her three employers. She knows that Lethouard is overly fond of the ladies, that he steals and will even commit murder on occasion. Georgette has found out that Francine used to take part in orgies when she was underage, that Cibergue, the director of the church club is a vaudeville drag queen. But Georgette talks nineteen to the dozen and unwittingly sparks off a wave of blackmail between the three characters.
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affiche Sous le signe du taureau
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Sous le signe du taureau

1969

Un film de Gilles Grangier

Avec Jean Gabin, Suzanne Flon, Colette Deréal

Albert Raynal has invented a space ship that is now ready for testing. After a successful take-off, the rocket explodes in mid-air. The rocket's failure immediately prompts the bank to withdraw its funds from the project. In discouragement Raynal gives up his research and steals off to a country inn. His wife, convinced he can succeed, spends her own money to re-launch the project.
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affiche Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon dieu pour des canards sauvages
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Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon dieu pour des canards sauvages

1968

Un film de Michel Audiard

Avec Françoise Rosay, Marlène Jobert, Bernard Blier

Rita artfully uses her wiles to get money from men without chaining herself down. However, after a brilliant hold-up, Charles withholds her share. Rita stomps off to get help from her aunt, Lead Belly Léontine, a former underworld hellcat. A bizarre gold chase ensues with a swindler's free for all in a game entirely cooked up by Michel Audiard.
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affiche Le pacha
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Le pacha

1968

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean Gabin, Dany Carrel, Jean Gaven

Chief Inspector Joss is terribly cut up by the death of his partner Gouvion, who was killed during a hold-up. To avenge his friend, he devises the perfect frame-up: he lets two gangs in on the same job and then sits back as they kill each other off. Once the French underworld is cleaned out, Joss can rest content and retire.
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affiche La petite vertu
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La petite vertu

1968

Un film de Serge Korber

Avec Dany Carrel, Jacques Perrin, Robert Hossein

In a bar, Ferdinand, a young photographer, meets and falls in love with a young thief called Claire. One day after taking her picture with a man, Fred gets knocked out, and wakes up to find his film has been stolen. But when the police question him, Fred remains silent. Touched by his discretion, Claire tells him that the man in the picture is actually a goon who is riding roughshod over her. Claire and Fred try to start a life together but a rough road lies ahead for the young lovers.
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affiche Fleur d'oseille
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Fleur d'oseille

1967

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Mireille Darc, Anouk Ferjac, Henri Garcin

The police shoot and kill a wanted robber. His mistress Catherine, after having his baby, goes to a home for single mothers where the police, his accomplices, and a rival gang show up, all in pursuit of the money. Catherine doesn't know anything or so she says. But she tells another boarder about a secret hiding place. The two women take their babies and go off to find the stash.
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affiche Un idiot à Paris
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Un idiot à Paris
Idiot in Paris

1967

Un film de Serge Korber

Avec Dany Carrel, Jean Lefebvre, Bernard Blier

Goubi, an artless fellow, lives in a village in the Allier and dreams of seeing Paris. A mean joke lands him in a truck which dumps him in the capital in the middle of the night. Lost in the city streets, he innocently takes up with a prostitute called La Fleur and gets hauled off to the Latin Quarter by a student. Arrested for desorder, Goubi meets La Fleur at the police station and a great love is born. Based on René Fallet's novel.
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affiche La grande sauterelle
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La grande sauterelle

1967

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Mireille Darc, Hardy Kruger, Maurice Biraud

Carl flees to Beirut to escape Marco, a hitman. In Beirut, he meets his friend Alfred who suggests they rob the millionaire Grubert when he leaves the casino. But Marco turns up, upsetting their plan. Carl drops his questionable accomplices to go back in the sun of Cyclades with a beautiful long-legged blonde. A suspense filled cocktail laced with fun and spiced with Michel Audiard's dialogues.
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affiche Ne nous fachons pas
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Ne nous fachons pas

1966

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Lino Ventura, Jean Lefebvre, Mireille Darc

The ex-gangster, Antoine Berreto, has decided to lead a quiet, honest life. One day, two former accomplices, who were conned out of 40,000 francs, come to borrow the same amount from Antoine as he can easily get the money back from a certain Michalon. After settling the deal, Antoine goes to the thief's home in Nice and lands in the middle of gang war. The clash is dynamite!
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affiche Quand passent les faisans
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Quand passent les faisans

1965

Un film de Edouard Molinaro

Avec Paul Meurisse, Bernard Blier, Jean Lefebvre

Larsan Bellac, a high class con artist, hires two sleazy gangsters to help him with his next operation. Thanks to his brains and skill, the threesome rip off a wealthy public works contractor. But a rich widow falls in love with the smart con man, takes him to her castle and steals the loot. Bellac is so disgusted that he takes French leave just before the berserk contractor shows up and wreaks a grisly revenge.
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