I note a change in the atmosphere of this very short TV show. Up to now, it was rather funny despite some occasional death from unnatural causes. Corny, but funny. I enjoyed it very much. This episode is turned in a more specific way to the serious crime case, with of course a weird line. Such as this one involving a new age vampire who seeks after fresh blood, of course. The show begins with a hold up pulled by a bunch of authentic hoodlums, against a blood bank, for the count of the evil lead character. And this time, it's not the same character as the one we saw in the previous episode: remember Pierre Brasseur. The famous cabaret leader Jean Marie Rivière plays here a high scale armed robber named Pierrot La valise, a sort of homage to the true gangster Pierre Loutrel, a notorious hoodlum who terrorized the Paris banks just after WW2. Such as this other character here named Joe Attila, in homage also to Joe Attia, the accomplice to the same Pierre Loutrel.
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