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A French comedy of the Fifties. it is charming but is also kind of unbearable. Humour mild nutter and grimaçant is too much pushed and ends up weighing down this film which could have remained in the memories notament by its distribution: De Funès in full form and irresistible, Noël Roquevert is great as usual but seems lost in this bouffonery, Jean Richard grimace much but remains funny contrary to Francis Blanche who is let in full freedom and makes too too much .
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