Two men, a painter and a poor guy, have to cross over Paris by night during World War II and to deliver black market meat. As they walk along dark Parisian streets, they encounter various ... See full summary »
After thirteen years in Germany, Fernand is coming back to his wife and his restaurant. But since his disparition, his wife as made her life with a norman chef, sympathetic but a specialist... See full summary »
As Cecil Gaines serves eight presidents during his tenure as a butler at the White House, the civil rights movement, Vietnam, and other major events affect this man's life, family, and American society.
This Jean Delannoy/Henri Jeanson collaboration is in the same ballpark as Touchez-pas le grisbi inasmuch as it stresses the 'gentlemanly' or 'civilized' aspect of the caper and they don't come much more civilized than 'gentleman's gentleman' Leonard (Paul Meurisse), who would probably feel naked without a bowler and umbrella - he even sports spats for God's sake - and combines his duties as valet to Noel Roquevert's avocat with masterminding a heist which involves the selection and training of a suitable team without breaking sweat. It's all very entertaining and Genvieve Page is along to provide a love-hate cop-villain relationship and by and large a good time is had by all.
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