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Monsieur Chasse (1947)

 |  Comedy  |  2 April 1947 (France)
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Complete credited cast:
Frédéric Duvallès ...
Duchatel (as Duvallès)
Noëlle Norman ...
Léontine
Paul Meurisse ...
Moricet
Félix Oudart ...
Cassagne
Jany Laferrière ...
Mme Cassagne
Sinoël ...
Le sourd
Pierre Moncorbier ...
Le commissaire (as Moncorbier)
Cynette Quero ...
Babette (as Cynette Quéro)
Marfa d'Hervilly ...
La douairière
Claude Nicot ...
Le photographe
Eugène Frouhins ...
Cornuchet (as Frouhins)
Nerval ...
Le second témoin
Eddy Rasimi ...
Gontran
Marguerite Deval ...
La comtesse
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Hunting season.
20 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

Willy Rozier is not much of a director,but it does not matter here cause Feydeau's play is ,as usual ,irresistible.

This is filmed Théâtre De Boulevard (light comedies performed in the theaters of the Paris Boulevards);and you get what you expect: husband,wives ,lovers,cuckolds,mistaken identities,you name it .

The title "Monsieur Chasse " (=the Master is hunting) may have here different meanings depending on the person you are talking to,but definitely not hunting rabbits or hares .

Paul Meurisse is wonderful as the poet doctor in love with a woman who does not want to cheat on her husband as long as he is faithful.He tells the virtuous wife hunting may not be what she's thinking of;besides her hubby uses his book of poems as a table wedge !

A very modern ending ,showing that Rozier was able to think "cinema" when he was filming theater.


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