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Le fantôme des H.L.M. 

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Episode credited cast:
Léo Campion ...
Le commissaire Paumier
Marc Lamole ...
Albert
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L'inspecteur principal
Jean-Claude Ballard ...
L'inspecteur Muselier (as Jean-Claude Balard)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Georges Audoubert ...
M. de Ventoux
Micha Bayard ...
Mme Dourgnon
André Chaumeau ...
Mme Blanquette
Gabrielle Doulcet ...
La vieille dame
Nicole Gueden ...
Mme Valentin
Jean-Pierre Lituac ...
Le psychiatre
Jean-Pierre Moreux ...
M. Valentin
André Nader ...
M. Dourgnon
Gérard Séty ...
Anatole de Palaiseau
Roger Trapp ...
Gachasser
Paul Villé ...
Le marquis de Palaiseau
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6 September 1970 (France)  »

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Such a shame that this TV series was so short
31 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

It seems that this french TV series was aired during the 1971 summer holidays, that maybe explains the few audiences who were interested in. And the re airing occurred also during following summer vacations. so, again, few audiences...Anyway it only shortened this TV show. This very last episode is really one of the best of the whole six. Lousy, as I have already said, yes, yes, yes, but I regret that it was not longer. No evil character here, such as the previous épisodes, but only a cute ghost story. An old man who refused to sell his antic mansion dies and his house is destroyed to build a gigantic a tower. And guess what, the ghost of a man from the seventeenth century and in costume, haunts each of the tower apartments, spreading confusion among the people living here...Very entertaining, especially when the ghost discovers the new invention of modern era. Tongue in cheek at the most, but so amusing. No really inquest here, so as we had in the previous tales of this too soon gone funny TV show.


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