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Toto is one of the first features made by french director Jacques Tourneur, who is best known for his horror films, such as "Cat People" he made for RKO Pictures in the 1940s in the United States.
This film is a story of a dog-thieve in a 1930s Paris. Running away from the police he hides in a home of one lady and then falls in love with her. Eventually he is caught and put to jail where he meets a banker who apparently becomes his friend. Upon their release from prison the real fun begins as they cross with each other again and again. Really funny early french comedy worth to take a look at. 7/10
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