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Episode complete credited cast:
Léo Campion ...
Le commissaire Paumier
Marc Lamole ...
L'inspecteur principal
Jean-Claude Ballard ...
L'inspecteur Muselier (as Jean-Claude Balard)
Eugène Laurentin
Catherine Jacobsen ...
Albert Simono ...
Alphonse (as Simono)
Jenny Arasse ...
L'infirmière (as Toni Arasse)
Benoît Brione ...
Gilbert Damien ...
Le vendeur
Nicole Evans ...
Simone de Calice
Michel Dussin
Janine Mondon ...
La cliente
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Toni Arasse ...
La vendeuse


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23 August 1970 (France)  »

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One more worth seeing episode

I have already commented the first three épisodes of this french TV show from 1970. I did not, think after the first episode, that the other ones would be so fun, son unusual. Yes, so enjoyable. Such as this one, starring Claude Brasseur and his daddy Pierre, whose it was here one of his last performance. As he did in a previous episode, Dadddy Brasseur plays here a mysterious evil shop owner who sells something very particular to lonely men. Instead of selling home robots for cooking for instance, he proposes to his customers a pretty gal, gorgeous young woman who is able to cook, house clean, clothes clean, electricity facilities repair...So our evil character rents this human robot in a mysterious purpose. The only clue for the lead investigators is that mysterious gal leads the men she works for to suicide... Deliciously corny but so riveting... See you tomorrow for the next episode. But it also appears that the Pierre Brasseur character is a sort of equivalent of professor Moriarty - remember the Sherlock Holmes series. A kind of Némésis for the lead hero investigators.

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