Maigret: Season 1, Episode 34

Maigret and the Fortune Hunter (16 Feb. 2001)
"Maigret et la croqueuse de diamants" (original title)

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Bruno Cremer ...
Alexandre Brasseur ...
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Renaud Danner ...
Willy
Jean-Claude Adelin ...
Le boxeur
Maaike Jansen ...
La Hollandaise
Frédéric Bodson ...
Jean
Alexia Portal ...
Gloria
Ivan Franek ...
Vladimir
Sandrine Blancke ...
Huguette
Jean-Paul Dermont ...
La patron de l'auberge
Serge Larivière ...
Le medecin légiste
Fatima Sghiri ...
La croqueuse
Christian Crahay ...
Le commissaire belge
Daniel Tonachella ...
Le chauffeur de taxi
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The world of the locks
20 August 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

When the body of a woman is found in a stable beside a lock on the Marne canal, Maigret is called to investigate. It's a problematical case made the more puzzling by the seeming indifference of the dead woman's husband Sir Lampson (wonderful Michel Lonsdale). Bruno Cremer uses his usual analytical skill to solve the case.

The world of locks keepers and bargemen is brought alive in this episode, taken from the novel 'Le charretier de la "Providence"'. There is excellent use of the buildings and boats on the canal, made vivid by some fine cinematography. Michel Lonsdale reminds me once more why he is one of my favourite actors.


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