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The Versailles Affair (1960)
"Monsieur Suzuki" (original title)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jean Thielment ...
Monsieur Suzuki
Ivan Desny ...
Stankovitch
Jean Tissier ...
Ulrich
Claude Farell ...
Françoise Girène
Pierre Dudan ...
Commissaire Laurent
Danielle Godet ...
Gina
Don Ziegler ...
L'inspecteur Axelrod
Célina Cély ...
La femme de chambre
Maurice Teynac ...
Le virtuose
Robert Dalban ...
Le marinier
Yves Barsacq ...
Un policier
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yves Brainville
Liliane Brousse
Claire Chevalier ...
(as Claire Ferval)
Gabrielle Fontan
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10 February 1960 (France)  »

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Good pre-Bond Eurospy stuff
10 November 2002 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

This is one of those movies where a Caucasian actor plays an Asian character. In this case Jean Thielment is Monsieur Suzuki, a special agent called in to help find documents relating to oil prospects in time for a conference being held in Versailles.

It's easy to get past the impersonation however, because Thielment and the movie in general are so good. It's a first-rate, albeit low budget, production; the script is sharp and witty with good characters and the actors have the ability to bring them to life. Suzuki has a very short deadline in which to find the documents and this picture moves quickly as he provokes and eliminates his suspects. The score, by Louiguy, is spare and has occasional Oriental flavor, but sticks mostly with conventional and classical motifs.


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