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Ça va barder (1955)

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A con man (Eddie Constantine) is approached by a shipping magnate to become one of his security agents.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Eddie Constantine ...
Johnny Jordan
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Gina
Jean Danet ...
Diego
Lyla Rocco ...
Flora
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Alvarez
Monique van Vooren ...
Irène
Roger Saget ...
Moreno
Irene Galter ...
Boubica (as Irène Galter)
Clément Harari ...
Sammy Kern
Gérard Hoffman ...
Donald
André Versini ...
L'édenté
Evelyne Rey ...
Eveline
Jacques Marin ...
L'inspecteur
Mireille Ozy ...
Suzy
John Berry ...
Lopez
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A con man (Eddie Constantine) is approached by a shipping magnate to become one of his security agents.

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29 March 1955 (France)  »

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Give 'em Hell  »

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Enjoyable, slick Euro adventure
12 April 2002 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

This is a thoroughly enjoyable, slickly made European thriller starring American tough guy Eddie Constantine, who plays Johnny Jordan, a drifter who is hired by a Fat Man to find out who is hijacking his gun shipments. From a script that has the feel of a 40's Warner Bros film with Bogey, "Barder" is beautifully photographed (in glossy black and white). Studio interiors are expertly mixed with exotic location work, lending the film the look of a budget bigger than the one it most likely had. Light comic touches, (such as a plug-ugly nightclub bouncer who is constantly combing his hair or filing his nails), a supporting cast of beautiful dames (including the glamorous May Britt), assorted low-lifes (like a jealous, knife-throwing husband), and a climactic shoot-out in a lighthouse make the oddly-titled "There Goes Barder" an unexpected pulpy pleasure. (Though some references list this as directed by "John Berry", the on-screen credit reads "Directed by Jacques Lamare".)


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