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Now Where Did the Seventh Company Get to? (1973)
"Mais où est donc passée la 7ème compagnie" (original title)

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1940: During the chaotic running fights of the French army the 7th company disappears - nobody knows they've been taken captive. Only their scouting patrol, three witty but lazy guys, can ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Lefebvre ...
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Aldo Maccione ...
Robert Lamoureux ...
Pierre Tornade ...
Capitaine Dumont
Jacques Marin ...
L'épicier
Marcelle Ranson-Hervé ...
Mme Thévenay
Erik Colin ...
Lieutenant Duvauchel (as Eric Colin)
Paul Bisciglia ...
Le père
Robert Dalban ...
Le fermier
Alain Doutey ...
Carlier
Magali Vendeuil ...
La mère
Konrad von Bork ...
(as Conrad Von Bork)
Corinne Lahaye ...
Germaine
François Merlet
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1940: During the chaotic running fights of the French army the 7th company disappears - nobody knows they've been taken captive. Only their scouting patrol, three witty but lazy guys, can escape and now wanders around behind the German lines. They'd like to just stay out the fights, but a Lieutenant urges them to use a captured truck to break through to their troops. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Amazing cross-lingual humour
11 May 2005 | by (Coventry) – See all my reviews

I was very impressed with the enduring humour of this film. I watched it in French in which I am not fluent but I still found this film very funny. The phrase 'J'ai glisse, chef' has entered my everyday vocabulary The film follows three hapless soldiers of the French army, who are cut off from the main body of their company by the invading Germans. Through incompetence, laziness and general uselessness they somehow manage to ride to glory and rescue their company.

Despite being thirty years old this film is still delightfully amusing. The French scenery is breathtaking, the characters lovable and the jokes simple enough for even someone who cannot totally understand French to comprehend. It reminded me very much of 'Dad's Army', it's a lighthearted romp through a potentially dangerous subject.

It is not a cinematic masterpiece. The characters are stereotypical idiots, bumbling around falling in rivers, losing their shoes. It is not a deep movie. The plot doesn't really make a lot of sense, and the direction is not memorable. But it was never aiming to be any of these things.

I would class this as a Sunday afternoon film, it's not serious and it's perfect to watch lazily on the sofa with a beer in your hand as Sunday lunch goes down.


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