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Keep Talking, Baby (1961)

Cause toujours, mon lapin (original title)
(1961) Eddie Constantine, Claudine Coster, Francois Chaumette, Marielle Gozzi. Eddie's framed for murder and ends up being sentenced to the slammer! This video has been manufactured from ... See full summary »

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Jackson
Claudine Coster ...
Margaret
François Chaumette ...
Simon Robert
Marielle Gozzi ...
Olga
Renée Cosima ...
Françoise
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Marie Albe
Paul Bonifas
Christian Brocard
Gabriel Cattand
Yvonne Dany
Yvonne Gradelet
Clément Harari
Fulbert Janin
Patricia Karim
Pierre Mirat
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(1961) Eddie Constantine, Claudine Coster, Francois Chaumette, Marielle Gozzi. Eddie's framed for murder and ends up being sentenced to the slammer! This video has been manufactured from the best quality video master currently available; audio or image quality may vary. Written by Anonymous

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15 November 1961 (France)  »

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Talking bunny rabbit
21 May 2016 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

Okay, here goes. I'm in for the long haul (pun intended). Keep Talking Baby has never been reviewed on IMDb, and I can't and won't let that pass. I WILL review it, and I WILL meet the ten line minimum - somehow. So here goes: Eddie Constantine plays a ventriloquist falsely convicted of murder who escapes from prison. He must prove his innocence, and hopefully see the real perps get sent to jail in his place. He meets a young girl, gives her a huge stuffed bunny rabbit, and is off to the races with his plan for revenge. That's about it. Eddie is fun as usual, but the story is ridiculous and the ventriloquism angle is used sparingly - so sparingly, it's hard to understand why the filmmakers went with it. He could have been anything: butcher, baker, candlestick maker - but I guess they wanted him to throw his voice a couple of times in the movie. Not that that's really him performing the ventriloquism, either - at least I don't think it is! Nevertheless, the film is on balance an enjoyable hour and a half. Be warned that some reels of Something Weird's print are horribly washed out, but there are no better options available at present.


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