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Monsieur Coccinelle (1938)

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Pierre Larquey ...
Alfred Coccinelle
Jane Loury ...
Mélanie Coccinelle (as Jane Lory)
Jeanne Provost ...
La tante Aurore
René Bergeron ...
Dutac (as Bergeron)
Yette Lucas ...
Hortense Dupont (as Yvette Lucas)
Marcel Pérès ...
Brutus Dupont (as Pérès)
René Fluet ...
Un médecin (as Fluet)
Robert Moor ...
Un médecin (as Morr)
Michèle Béryl ...
La vendeuse
Robert Pizani ...
Illusio (as Pizani)
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2 November 1938 (France)  »

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Lumbering French comedy.
8 November 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This Lumbering PreWW2 French comedy has pretensions that it is not really equal to - comments on mindless office routine, incompetent medicine and mean spirited families.

Larquey (notable in Le COURBEAU) shares a grim home with his wife and aunt, whose life was blighted when she was refused permission to marry a traveling illusionist. When she succumbs, his identity becomes that of the man whose aunt has died.

The budget looks thin and the film craft is crude.

The piece survives in a good copy and has some value as an example of the kind of parochial entertainment rarely now shown.


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