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Hercule & Sherlock (1996)

With a shipment of counterfeit banknotes waylaid, and their boss in jail, two small-time hoods, Bruno and Vincent, find themselves forced to dognap two canines who have been trained... to sniff out counterfeit money!

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Vincent (as Christophe Lambert)
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Bruno
Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu ...
Marie
Roland Blanche ...
Antoine Morand
Béatrice Agenin ...
Nicole Morand
Laurent Gendron ...
Daniel
Benjamin Rataud ...
Michel
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Lucien, the prison warden
Jean-Claude Dumas ...
Vidal
Stéphane Bari ...
François Lemaire
Stéphane Bault ...
A thug
Didier Brice ...
Gilles
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Drug dealer
Vince Castello ...
Hired man
Jacques Chauvin ...
Journalist 2
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With a shipment of counterfeit banknotes waylaid, and their boss in jail, two small-time hoods, Bruno and Vincent, find themselves forced to dognap two canines who have been trained... to sniff out counterfeit money!

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Very enjoyable!
3 May 2013 | by (Russia) – See all my reviews

I've seen this movie in my childhood and remembered it as a funny one. Now i re-watched it with great pleasure! It's a light comedy about rather nice gangsters and an idea, that dogs can find something, that they really should not (imho). There are lots of funny moments and there is no low-quality humor. Lambert and Anconina are a very good couple for their roles; Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu is very nice as a "teacher" and other actors did their job well too. I am not fond of dogs, but it was a pleasure to watch after Hercule and Sherlock in this movie! Overall this film is much better (it is French! most of French films are good at least) then lots of comedies (especially American ones). I recommend to watch it and have a nice evening with your family!


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