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Tout feu, tout femme (1975)

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François Chartrand
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Isabelle
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Gilles
Denis Drouin ...
Paul
Marc Gélinas ...
André
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Le chef
Raymond Lévesque ...
Claude
Gilles Pellerin ...
Albert
Louis De Santis ...
Tanguay
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Claude Larry ...
Jeune Français dragueur
Denise Morelle
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27 March 1975 (Canada)  »

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Feuer und Flamme  »

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CAD 380,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Come on baby, light my fire...
31 July 2004 | by (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) – See all my reviews

In this firemen "sexy" comedy from the 70's, a period many consider to be Quebec's finest trash hour, things are exactly what they look like, and there's no secret message to be found behind the easy laughs and the semi-naked babes; it's big fun, machismo and fire trucks all lined up to please the typical male audience.

Jean Lapointe plays a retarded fireman virgin who's very afraid of women, but that's about to change when a lady he saves from her burning home moves in with him. She's a psychology student and wants to prove that the guy can be cured. Her means ? Make as much hot babes as possible move in Lapointe's building to surround him with provocative curves and temptations.

She gets more than she expected, of course...

The movie's fast paced, funny and odd. Makes me wonder why the hell it was never distributed anywhere on home video ! Another fine Cinépix production, this one has just enough naked mamas to please the average viewer, lots of silly scenes and all it takes to become a cult classic.

Put your ears at ease to the sound of the main title, half sung by a visibly drunken Lapointe and Andrée Boucher, the female star; it's so dumb it hurts !


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