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120, rue de la Gare (1946)

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Complete credited cast:
René Dary ...
Jean Parédès ...
Albert Dinan ...
Bébert (as Dinan)
Jean Thielment ...
Kimura (as Jean Tielment)
Pierre Juvenet ...
M. Montbrison
Jean Heuzé ...
Gérard Lafalaise
Manuel Gary ...
Bob Colomer
Jean Clarens ...
Géo Leroy ...
Paul Carhaix
Charles Lemontier ...
L'inspecteur Bertin (as Ch. Lemontier)
Georges Paulais ...
L'inspecteur Thomas (as Paulais) (as Paulais)
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Georges Parry (as D. Mendaille)
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Suzanne Parmentier (as Gaby Andreu)
Sophie Desmarets ...
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The postman never rings at 120, Rue la Gare.
19 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

An Arsene Lupinesque movie,from Léo Malet,whose hero ,Nestor "Dynamite " Burma was portrayed by the late Michel Serrault in the eighties.

An entertaining thriller,with a dynamic lead ,René Dary ,the former Louis Feuillade's protégé ("Bout d'Zan" ).However Nestor Burma is not as suave ,as charming,as gallant and as nice as Arsene Lupin.He is a macho smug man .But the story is interesting: built around a conspiracy about an heritage ,full of riddles ("my dad wrote me I had to remember my childhood to discover the place').A mortal place ,for ,everytime you utter these words "120,Rue de LA Gare" you stand in great danger of being shot down.

Like this?Try these...

"Les cinq gentlemen maudits" Julien Duvivier 1932

"Six Hommes Morts" Georges Lacombe 1939

"Pièges" Robert Siodmak 1939


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