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Mon curé chez les pauvres (1956)

 |  Comedy  |  11 April 1956 (France)
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Cast

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Yves Deniaud ...
Raymond Bussières ...
La Goupille
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Nine
Robert Arnoux ...
Cousinet
Jean Tissier ...
Edgar de Saint-Preux
Pauline Carton ...
Valérie
Pierrette Bruno ...
La soeur de Georgette
Geneviève Cluny ...
Régine
José Artur
Amédée
Gabrielle Fontan
Jacques Dufilho ...
(as Dufilho)
Denise Kerny
Marc Doelnitz
Henri Debain
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11 April 1956 (France)  »

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Mijn pastoor bij de armen  »

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My vicar visits the Poor...
20 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

"My vicar" is a character which is featured in a dozen of silent movies and talkies .It epitomizes the silliest side of the French comedy.Call it,say, a poor man's Don Camillo...

This one is partly redeemed by the cast;Arletty is the kind of actress whose presence is enough to save some scenes: as the vicar passed himself off as his twin brother ,(a layman!) the garage owner (Arletty wearing a boiler suit and a cap,it's worth the price of admission)tries to seduce him.Another good moment takes place in the church where a crook (Jean Tissier)chats the vicar up with his "art "jargon.

The plot involves an invaluable Christ on the cross from the fifteenth century which the priest has sold for a song to have the roof of his church fixed.Later,when the villain wants to expropriate the poor,the film becomes a poor man's Capra's "you can't take it with you" .(1941)


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