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I've Got You, You've Got Me by the Chin Hairs (1979)

Je te tiens, tu me tiens par la barbichette (original title)

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Inspecteur Chodaque
Mimi Coutelier ...
Monique Trechois
The Village People ...
Des chanteurs Américains
Ritchie Family ...
Des chanteurs Américains
Jacques François ...
Aurélien Brucheloir
Daniel Prévost ...
Dache
Georges Beller ...
L'assistant de plateau
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Mlle Chagrin
Michel Duchaussoy ...
Patrice Rengain
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Le directeur de la Police Judiciaire
Yanou Collart
Carlos ...
Stéphane Larsen
Mort Shuman ...
Larsen 2
Claude Brosset ...
Le réalisateur Bastien
Jean Le Poulain ...
Drouillard
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4 April 1979 (France)  »

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a heavy-handed kitsch criticism of 1970's French TV
12 December 2001 | by (Paris, France) – See all my reviews

jean yanne is a character in the history of french cinema. But rather as a phlegmatic actor. He is better writer than director: he definitely has talent to criticize the scandaleous ways the 1970's french TV worked. His fake commercials are kinda funny for they are provocative... but the whole movie is so heavy that it gets boring. So, no need to watch it. Unless you're a big village people fan: the score is a 100% disco soundtrack... 3/10


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