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Le distrait (1970)

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Pierre Malaquet
Marie-Christine Barrault ...
Lisa Gastier
Maria Pacôme ...
Glycia Malaquet
Catherine Samie ...
Clarisse Guiton
Micheline Luccioni ...
Madame Gastier
Paul Préboist ...
Monsieur Klerdene
Tsilla Chelton ...
Madame Cliston
Robert Dalban ...
Mazelin
François Maistre ...
Monsieur Gastier
Jacques Monod ...
M. Malaquet
Romain Bouteille ...
Corbel
Claude Evrard ...
Figuier
Anne-Marie Blot ...
Véronique
Fanny Gaillard ...
France
Raoul Delfosse ...
Gliston
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Le distrait  »

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Yves Robert:  "wrong floor" neighbor of Pierre Malaquet. See more »

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French Peter Sellers
23 August 2002 | by (Paris, France) – See all my reviews

Richard played and directed this movie. Gags are nonsense and are quite hilarious. He has a lot to teach to new generation of comics. (For how long have I not seen a good comedy). He is in the same vein than Monthy Python or Peter Sellers with this extra French touch which makes him so loveable.


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