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The Man from Chicago (1963)

L'abominable homme des douanes (original title)
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Campo Santos
Tania Béryl ...
Gloria (as Tanya Berryl)
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Arnakos
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Russian killer
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Gregor
Moustache ...
The Inspector
Max Montavon ...
La Globule
Nicolas Vogel ...
The Chief Inspector (as Nic Vogel)
Jacques Hilling ...
Police Officer Joly
Roch Siffredi
Joe Warfield ...
Paolo Tinotti (as Jo Warfield)
Michel Thomass ...
Adhémar
Jean Toscan
Jacques Bertrand ...
The Police Inspector at the Bar
Pascal ...
First Killer Twin
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1 March 1963 (France)  »

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The Man from Chicago  »

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An amusing french crime comedy

A rare french comedy directed by Marc Allégret. Darry Cowl gives here a rather good performance as an ordinary guy impersonating a ruthless killer, in a drug traffic case involving the mob. OK, you find here the usual stuff for this kind of features. Nothing really new in this movie. A good time waster, especially with Francis Blanche. Adapted from a Clarence Weff novel that I never read. So, I can't tell if anything here is faithful from the book.

Srangely there are some violent sequences here, some good gunfight scenes certainly not in the mood of the rest of the movie. Such as this one, just near the beginning, where Pierre Brasseur shoots a man hanged at a meat hook.

Worth watching for the french rare film seekers.


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