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Le bourgeois gentilhomme (1968)

TV Movie  |   |  28 December 1968 (France)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michel Serrault ...
Rosy Varte ...
Daniel Ceccaldi ...
Tania Torrens ...
Philippe Etesse ...
Michel Creton ...
Annick Blancheteau ...
Catherine Hiegel ...
Jean-Pierre Darras ...
Georges Audoubert ...
Henri Virlojeux ...
Jacques Legras ...
Roger Carel ...
Michel Morano ...
Le garçon tailleur
René Bouloc ...
Le premier laquais


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28 December 1968 (France)  »

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Der Bürger als Edelmann  »

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Michel Serrault...
16 September 2006 | by See all my reviews a wonderful Monsieur Jourdain.Filmed on location in the country in a desirable mansion,this is one of the best adaptation of Molière's famous play for the television.First broadcast the 1st January of 1969 ,it was a royal gift.Supporting cast includes Rosy Varte as a colorful Madame Jourdain,Daniel Ceccaldi as Dorante the noble always short of the readies who treats his good friend Jourdain as a cash cow,Michel Creton as Covielle,the smart servant and more.This is a lavish production the highlight of which is the famous Turkish Ceremony (of which Lully wrote the music) which makes Monsieur Jourdain a "Mammamouchi".

Better than Roger Coggio's version made for the movie theaters in the early eighties.

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