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Pas si bête (1946)

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Bourvil ...
Lèon Ménard
Suzy Carrier ...
Nicole
Bernard Lancret ...
Didier
Yvette Andréyor ...
Mona Goya ...
Gaby
Albert Duvaleix ...
François (as Duvaleix)
Charles Bouillaud ...
Joseph
Gaston Mauger ...
Le père de léon
Paul Faivre ...
Le notaire
Made Siamé ...
La mère ménard (as Mad Siamé)
Jacqueline Beyrot ...
Frédéric Munié
Léon Daubrel
Jean Gabert ...
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Yves Deniaud ...
Antony
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25 December 1946 (France)  »

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Niet zo dom  »

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He was too smart for them.
24 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

A wonderful (is it possible not to love Bourvil,every time he appears?)Bourvil in a pleasant little comedy,which predates "Le Corniaud" by almost 20 years : a so-called dumb peasant might possibly prove himself smarter than the "educated" socialites.

Leon's cart collides with viscount Didier's sports car ;"I know the rules of the road,but my horse don't!";but everything works out fine cause Didier's girlfriend is Leon's cousin.Her father,whose ancestors were simple peasants too ,is a nouveau Riche ,and Nicole invites her crude cousin in his desirable mansion.

The wealthy widower father is surrounded by the usual parasites and financial vampires.Leon becomes a buffoon for these smug snobs who laughs at his "bad" manners and at his lack of culture .When he plays tennis,his "undertanding" of the English terms is priceless.

But he who laughs last laughs best.Didier's father is a ruined noble ,and the talentless Chanteuse wants to marry Nicole's father to launch her career thanks to his money.Bourvil shines in the scene of the marriage contract when he shows that being titled means nothing.

There's a delightful contrast between the meal which Leon enjoys with his folks,Nicole and an ill-at-ease Didier,before the home made cider and these posh suppers you have to dress for! Watch it ,you will laugh heartily!

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