The French intelligence service want to use a double agent to eliminate a terrorist groupe. To do this, the captain Duroc will give to the traitor a car filled with explosives. But the ... See full summary »
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Le capitaine Duroc
Grace De Capitani ...
La peste
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Leroy
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Le général Gougeard
Jean-Claude Leguay ...
le jeune homme à la 2 CV
Maxime Leroux ...
Richard Staub - le chef des terroristes
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Sully - l'adjoint de Leroy
Marie Mergey ...
La vieille dame dans l'auto
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pierre Belot ...
Tirot
Michel Bompon ...
Le deuxième voyou
Marc Brunet ...
Le faux routier
Antonio Cauchois ...
Plancard
Monique Couturier ...
La patronne du restaurant
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Le patron du restaurant
Marc Desrau ...
Le mari qui a un malaise dans son auto
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The French intelligence service want to use a double agent to eliminate a terrorist groupe. To do this, the captain Duroc will give to the traitor a car filled with explosives. But the whole thing is a double trap. One of the officer of the Service, Leroy, has plan a dreadful blow to discredit his new director. He had chosen Duroc because is not supposed to be an intelligent agent. Written by Jean-Marie Berthiaume <jiembe@videotron.ca>

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8 April 1987 (France)  »

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Clouseau versus Duroc: you bet
26 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

At least as imposing as most Pink Panthers. I gave a ten in order to increase the global rating; feel free to give tens until the rating reaches nearly eight.

A comedy with uncommon features:

— No special lens effect to give depth to the picture. It's particularly static and cold over there, and looks like it was made for television.

— You're mostly being taken to a (french) highway's lunch stop area, where dramatic events keep a kind of tension going. Not far from those, a nice hitch-hiker-friendly driver, capable of turning any normal conversation into a hypnotizing act of evangelism.

— There's a truth drug scene, it reminds me of the one in Tintin's Flight 714.

They may not have spent as much money as in James Bond to carry out this project, yet spy-film gear abounds in "Le Moustachu". Brand new fluorescent orange safety uniforms, a melodic car horn, and a huge Domeco's truck with a rotating cabin will make it for the show...Also genuine stunts, though there's no nervous editing to enhance them.


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