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The Suspects (1957)
"Les suspects" (original title)

 -  Crime  -  21 August 1957 (France)
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Commissaire Perrache, the chief of the D.S.T., the French domestic intelligence service, tries to neutralize a group of terrorists named the Partisans de la Métropole. He sends one of his ... See full summary »

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Charles Vanel ...
Commissaire Perrache
Anne Vernon ...
Lucette Vignon
Jacques Morel ...
Inspecteur Paul Duchamp
Maurice Teynac ...
Kurt Topfer
Henri Crémieux ...
Saab Astérich
Yves Massard ...
Inspecteur Louis Vignon
Robert Porte ...
Koskah
Marcelle Arnold ...
Lynda
Berthe Tissen ...
Mme. Astérich
Edmond Ardisson ...
Linda (as Ardisson)
Roger Bontemps ...
L'officier de marine
Jean-Paul Coquelin ...
Un technicien sud-tunisien
René Havard ...
Un technicien sud-tunisien (as René Haward)
Germaine de France ...
Mme Perrache
André Numès Fils ...
L'archiviste (as Numès Fils)
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Commissaire Perrache, the chief of the D.S.T., the French domestic intelligence service, tries to neutralize a group of terrorists named the Partisans de la Métropole. He sends one of his best agents, inspector Louis Vignon, incidentally the husband of his charming secretary Lucette, on the trail of an illegal transmitter. But Vignon gets kidnapped by the gang and held captive on a boat off the shores of Monaco... Written by Guy Bellinger

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21 August 1957 (France)  »

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Made with the cooperation and the advice of the French counter-espionage and the French Navy. See more »

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No sleeping pills needed
10 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

In spite of Charles Vanel ,I fell asleep halfway through ;So I gave this movie a second chance and I played it again ,but was so bored I had to call it quits before the end (in fact I used the fast forward button) It's basically a spy thriller but most of it takes place between four walls ,except for some scenes on a ship where the Commissaire's secretary's husband is help captive (the way he manages to escape might help you some day if you are in the same situation:just ask permission to go to the toilet,it works if your jailer is a woman).

A stodgy effort by Jean Dréville who made,however,some commendable works such as "Le Visiteur" "Les Affaires Sont Les Affaires" or the first version of "La Reine Margot".


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