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Let's Not Get Angry (1966)
"Ne nous fâchons pas" (original title)

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Antoine Beretto
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Eglantine Michalon
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Léonard Michalon
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Jeff
Sylvia Sorrente ...
Vicky, l'amie d'Antoine (as Sylvia Sorente)
Thierry Thibaud ...
Shark
Marcel Bernier
Mick Besson ...
Un truand en fuite
France Rumilly ...
Gisèle
André Pousse ...
Un truand en fuite
Robert Dalban ...
L'embaumeur
Jacques Zabor
Serge Sauvion ...
Le commissaire
Tommy Duggan ...
Le colonel
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Bli inte förbannad... du blir bara arg  »

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As Jeff and Beretto get back in the blue car after changing its tire following the shootout, a crew member is reflected on the back window. See more »

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No need to argue
9 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

For Georges Lautner who could do much better movies ("Le Septième Juré" "La Route De Salina" "La Maison Assassinée" ),it's just a job that pays the rent.But when you have a good cast at your disposal (Ventura,Mireille Darc,Michel Constantin) and when Audiard is at hand to write some good lines,the result is a good little entertaining comedy.

Antoine is a gangster who is retired.But his pals call him to their rescue.The story ends in a farm where the farmer's wife (Darc) seems to prefer our bandit to her less-than-handsome hubby (Jean Lefèvre).Good use of the wide screen and a good score add to the pleasure.In a nutshell,food for thought,it is not,but anyway who in France at the time was looking to Lautner for new horizons in cinema,but ,hell.He's really pretty good after all.


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