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Coluche: l'histoire d'un mec (2008)

October 1980. Michel Colucci, better known as Coluche, is the French people's favorite comedian. He performs every night to a packed house at the Théâtre du Gymnase. One day, always ... See full summary »

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Michel Colucci dit Coluche
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Véronique Colucci
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Jacques Betruger - l'imprésario
Laurent Bateau ...
Jean-Paul
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Romain Goupil
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Jean-Marc Reiser
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Jacques Attali (as Denis Podalydès de la Comédie Française)
Valérie Crouzet ...
Laurence
Serge Riaboukine ...
Éric
Eric Defosse ...
Maurice Tadjman
Gille Galliot ...
Le professeur Choron (as Gil Galliot)
Frédéric Pellegeay ...
L'agent des RG
Nathan Alexis Slota ...
Un enfant qui joue au foot
Pierre Alloggia ...
Le journaliste à Château-Thierry
Clémence Aubry ...
Une infirmière
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October 1980. Michel Colucci, better known as Coluche, is the French people's favorite comedian. He performs every night to a packed house at the Théâtre du Gymnase. One day, always inclined to go too far, Coluche announces - for laughs - his candidacy for the 1981 French presidential elections. Looked down upon by the professionals of politics, he is soon supported by French voters, who always love when a clown thumbs his nose at the mighty. In a poll published in December, he is even credited with 16% of voting intentions... Written by Guy Bellinger

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15 October 2008 (France)  »

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Coluche, enas clown gia proedros  »

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€8,500,000 (estimated)
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T'es OK, t'es bath, t'es in
Written by Jean Kluger and [[Daniel Vangarde]]
Performed by [[Ottawan]]
(1980)
Published by Carrère
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