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Marche ou crève (1960)

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Stefan Borba was a member of a spy ring during the war but after the end of the conflict he opted out. Now he is a miner in Belgium and lives happily there with his wife Denise. ... See full summary »

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Juliette Mayniel ...
Edith
Bernard Blier ...
Lenzi
Jacques Chabassol ...
Émile
Henri Cogan ...
Kasger
Marcel Berteau ...
Commissaire Denain
Roger Dutoit ...
Ansaldo
Michel Nastorg ...
Meyer
Monique Delannoy ...
Claire
Guy Dakar
Jacques Philippet
Kim
Jean-Daniel Ehrmann
Daniel Sorano ...
Milan
Jacques Riberolles ...
Stefan
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Gisèle Sandré ...
Denise (as Gisèle Sandre)
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Stefan Borba was a member of a spy ring during the war but after the end of the conflict he opted out. Now he is a miner in Belgium and lives happily there with his wife Denise. Unfortunately for him, his past catches up with him. One day indeed, Milan, a secret agent with whom he used to work, resurfaces and forces him back into action... Written by Guy Bellinger

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14 April 1960 (France)  »

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French visa # 22611 delivered on 25-3-1960. See more »

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Nieuw Eisden March
Composed by Edouard Demandt
Performed by the Eisden Fanfare
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Do or die!
21 April 2003 | by See all my reviews

That's what the French title means.It's one of the numerous two-bit spy thrillers which were thriving in France during the cold war.Directed by Georges Lautner,with a weak cast -with the exception of Bernard lier -,a trite confused plot involving the de rigueur stolen documents,abductions,treacheries,murders,this movie 's one originality is that the action takes place in a mine for the final sequences.

Bernard Blier and Georges Lautner will do a much better job in 1963 with "le septième juré".


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