Set against the troubled period of the Wars of Religion in France, at a time when the three Henries (Henri III, Henri de Guise and Henri de Béarn) vied for the the throne, these new ... See full summary »
Not a really bad flick. But it is faithful to the other features made in the early sixties, with the likes of Francis Blanche, Darry Cowl, Roger Pierre and so on...For Saturday matinées, rainy Saturdays. Nothing exceptional here, forgettable at the most, but worth for any audience wasting their time among a bunch of friends. The stupid story of a petty agronomist engineer who invents a miraculous method to make a cow providing one hundred gallons of milk a day. And, of course, there is an army of spies and high scale executives who want to grab the secret formula. It is an anti soviet tale, but shown in the funny manner.
You won't get any meningitis watching such a film.
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