Arsène Lupin (1971–1974)

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2 | 1

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1974 | 1973 | 1971

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Georges Descrières ...
 Arsène Lupin (26 episodes, 1971-1974)
Yvon Bouchard ...
 Grognard (26 episodes, 1971-1974)
Roger Carel ...
 Guerchard (11 episodes, 1971-1974)
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18 March 1971 (France)  »

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(26 episodes)

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Version of Arsène Lupin (1957) See more »

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Gentleman cambrioleur
(season 2 theme)
Music by Jean-Pierre Bourtayre
Lyrics by Jacques Lanzmann
Performed by Jacques Dutronc
Vogue, 1973, ref 45 V 3030
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Highly enjoyable!
7 October 2001 | by (Paris, Fr) – See all my reviews

Some aspects of Maurice Leblanc's writings are difficult to be brought to screen. Arsène Lupin is far from a mono dimensional character. Fortunately that TV series cashes in on the buoyancy of Arsène Lupin, a gentleman and a professional thief. Georges Descrières hence embodies perfectly a lovable dandy with a sweet tooth for art masterpieces (be they paintings or jewels) and a great sense of honor (especially women's honor). When Lupin disguises himself it's like watching Artemus Gordon in Wild Wild West: you wait for him and you enjoy the performance. Thus you keep a good picture of an hero whose adventures you followed avidly after you had switched from Jules Vernes's transient exoticism.


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