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No Pity for Women (1950)

Pas de pitié pour les femmes (original title)
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Marianne Séverin
Michel Auclair ...
Michel Dunan - le sosie d'Alain / Alain de Norbois - le riche disparu
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Norbert - le majordome
René Blancard ...
Me Tirgen, l'avocat
André Versini ...
Adrien
Guy Favières ...
Guillaume
René Hell ...
Un joueur de bonneteau
Roger Bontemps ...
Un inspecteur
Paul Delon ...
L'inspecteur général Leroux
Teddy Bilis
Nicole Gamma ...
(as Nicole Guezel)
Jean-Jacques Duverger ...
Paul de Norbois (as Le petit J.J. Duverger)
Robert Vattier ...
Adolphe Mercier - un homme d'affaires
Jacques Castelot ...
Le juge d'instruction
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Carole de Norbois
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Drama | Mystery

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30 August 1950 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Kein Mitleid mit Frauen?  »

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Women without pity.
26 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

Bearing more than a distant resemblance to Boileau-Narcejac's " Maldonne" which was transferred to the screen by Sergio Gobbi in the sixties,"Pas de Pitié Pour Les Femmes" is not a rip off though cause Jean Giltene's novel -which I haven't read- was written at least a decade before.

Michel Auclair portrays Michel, a young man down on his luck ,without a penny to his name.As a man,Alain ,has disappeared , and as he is a dead ringer for the missing person,he winds up in a luxury apartment ,with a wife and a lover.The plot thickens when he learns that Alain has been murdered....Sometimes a bit confused ,but should appeal to people who like thrillers involving setups.


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