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Les Charlots en folie: À nous quatre Cardinal! (1974)

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Gérard Rinaldi ...
Planchet (as Les Charlots)
Gérard Filipelli ...
Mousqueton (as Les Charlots)
Jean Sarrus ...
Bazin (as Les Charlots)
Jean-Guy Fechner ...
Grimaud (as Les Charlots)
Jean Valmont ...
Yvan Tanguy ...
Gib Grossac ...
Georges Mansart ...
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Catherine Jourdan ...
La reine
Karin Petersen ...
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Constance
Jacques Seiler ...
Robert Favart ...
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spoof | caper | based on novel | See All (3) »

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30 August 1974 (France)  »

Also Known As:

4 xypolitoi ippotes  »

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Follows Les quatre Charlots mousquetaires (1974) See more »

Soundtracks

La Ballade De Constance
Written and performed by Les Charlots, arranged by Paul Piot
Additional Vocal by Josephine Chaplin
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Second part of "les quatre Charlots mousquetaires"
20 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Although the two movies were probably filmed at the same time,this one is certainly weaker than the first episode (which was not much of a comic movie anyway) .There is a rather unexciting script,since the main "interest" lies in the fact that Dumas's musketeers were wash outs and their valets the real heroes and such a subject could not be sustained over two movies.The threesome King/Richelieu/Father Joseph does not make up here for the mediocrity of the Charlots 's acting (the latter is almost absent).Josephine Chaplin is a more credible Constance Bonacieux than Raquel Welsh in Richard Lester's highly superior version.But for the rest,as I cannot say something nice...


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