Maigret: Season 1, Episode 48

Maigret et le clochard (3 May 2004)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruno Cremer ...
Jean-Paul Bonnaire ...
Pierre Diot ...
Franck Gourlat ...
Jeff Van Houtte
Emilie Lafarge ...
Gilbert Georges Cazeuneuve ...
François Keller
Juliette Keller
Nicolas Larzul ...
Hubert Van Houtte
Philippe Bardy ...
Pierre Leterrier
Eva Saint-Paul ...
Mme Keller
Christine Paolini ...
Mme Guillot
Jacques Brucher ...
Dr. Magnin
Michel Modo ...
Le patron du bougnat
Annie Mercier ...
La patronne du bougnat


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Bum Steer
24 November 2013 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This is yet another of the 'cerebral' episode of the late 1990s/early 2000 television series featuring Bruno Cremer as Inspector Jules Maigret. I never saw the series when it was televised if only because I don't and didn't live in France and there is no real reason to screen them in England. Several episodes - two to a box - are now available on DVD and accessible via a French outlet in London and this is where I have been catching up with the series. This time around the victim is - as the title says - a tramp, albeit he is no ordinary tramp but actually a gifted and humane doctor who abandoned wife, family, and well-appointed home, for a life under one of the several bridges spanning the Seine in Paris. In fact the solution of the mystery of why he was killed and who did it lies in the fact that he had suddenly 'moved' from his regular bridge at Bercy (where he was, arguably, one of the clochards mentioned at that location in the popular song Sous le cield de Paris) to the next one along. Pleasant enough.

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