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Daggers Drawn (1964)
"À couteaux tirés" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  25 March 1964 (France)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Françoise Arnoul ...
Lucie Antonini
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Herself / En personne
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Jean Grégor / Gregor Veloni
René Havard ...
Bobby
Daniel Ivernel ...
Le commissaire Mattei
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Robert Antonini
Jacques Monod ...
Lucien Leonetti
Jean Marchat ...
L'avocat de Robert
François Maistre ...
Le médecin
Mercédès Molinar ...
Sandra (as Mercedes Moliner)
Ricky Cooper ...
L'Américain
Yves Barsacq ...
Fernand
Monique Marée ...
(as Monique Mary)
Richard Bigotini ...
Un prévenu (as Robert Deconinck)
Luc Charpentier
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Top billed Petula Clark only appears after 36 minutes of screening. See more »

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Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 5 (1998) See more »

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An interesting french B thriller

As all the films Charles Gerard made, this one is not ambitious, not a masterpiece, but pretty well done, with a good atmosphere; sixties one, jazzy with Paris by Night, its limelight and so on...

The cast is not usual, especially Pierre Mondy as a hood of honor, a real man, hard boiled thug, but engaging. Some sequences are unexpected for this kind of features. And sometimes, the movie focuses on subordinate characters. I like that.

The film tells the story of a treasure and documents hunt, twenty years after WW2. Not really a spy film, rather a film noir "à la française". Murders, investigation, good character study for which you are surprised.

But it is not a memorable yarn. Nevertheless I keep it in my collection. For the atmosphere, not the story.


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