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Le temps des loups (1970)

R | | Crime, Drama | November 1979 (USA)
Patterning himself after the American gangster John Dillinger, a criminal is tracked by a inspector, a former childhood friend.

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Dillinger
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Le Commissaire Kramer
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Stella Menzoni
Albert Minski ...
Hood
Geneviève Thénier ...
Geneviève
Monique Morisi ...
Janine
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Le proviseur
Roger Coggio ...
L'aubergiste / Innkeeper
François Cadet
Antonio Passalia ...
Lucien
Fred Ulysse ...
Jean
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Le patron du cabaret
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Le garagiste
Jacques Castelot ...
Le juge d'instruction
Georges Berthomieu
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Patterning himself after the American gangster John Dillinger, a criminal is tracked by a inspector, a former childhood friend.

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Crime | Drama

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Italian censorship visa # 55953 delivered on 14-4-1970. See more »

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Referenced in The Goddaughter (1972) See more »

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Remember the days of the old schoolyard
10 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

As far as French film noir is concerned ,Sergio Gobbi represents the nadir .All his movies are simplistic and derivative ,and when he has got a good idea ,he is not able to exploit it successfully: making the cop and the gangster school friends was certainly interesting ,but when it consists of sepia old movies introduced in the present, it does not amount to anything;and however ,both studied in an independent Roman Catholic school!!The cop (Aznavour) has a talk with the venerable priest principal; The gangster(Hossein) ,fascinated by the American names,calls himself "Dillinger" and when he meets the blond Virna Lisi -whose part is inept- ,it looks like a poor man's "Bonnie And Clyde"

Music by Aznavour/Gavarentz;a song was even written and was on the radio (the title of the film) but is not heard in the movie.

The movie was released late 1969;the IMDb information is not quite accurate .


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