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Monsieur Hulot's Holiday ()

Les vacances de Monsieur Hulot (original title)
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Monsieur Hulot comes to a beachside hotel for a vacation, where he accidentally (but good-naturedly) causes havoc.

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Monsieur Hulot
Nathalie Pascaud ...
Martine
Micheline Rolla ...
The Aunt (as Michèle Rolla)
Valentine Camax ...
Englishwoman
Lucien Frégis ...
Hotel Proprietor (as Lucien Fregis)
Suzy Willy ...
Commandant's Wife
Marguerite Gérard ...
Strolling Woman
Louis Pérault ...
Fred
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Commandant
Raymond Carl ...
Waiter
René Lacourt ...
Strolling Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicole Chomo ...
Denise - Girl Scout with Backpack
Édouard Francomme ...
Restaurant Patron
Georges Adlin ...
South American (uncredited)
Pierre Aubert ...
The Young Intellectual (uncredited)
César Baldaccini ...
Bearded Camper (uncredited)
Michèle Brabo ...
Holidaymaker (uncredited)
Pierre Clauzel ...
Holidaymaker on Beach (uncredited)
Jacques Cottin ...
Holidaymaker on Beach (uncredited)
Madame Cottin ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
André Dino ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
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Stable Boy (uncredited)
Daniel Marquet ...
Kid eating ice cream cone (uncredited)
Henri Marquet ...
Restaurant Patron in Striped Shirt (uncredited)
Bernard Maurice ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
André Pierdel ...
Holidaymaker on Beach (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jacques Tati

Written by

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Pierre Aubert ... (with the collaboration of)
 
Jacques Lagrange ... (with the collaboration of)
 
Henri Marquet ... (dialogue)
 
Henri Marquet ... (screenplay)
 
Henri Marquet ... (story)
 
Jacques Tati ... (dialogue)
 
Jacques Tati ... (screenplay)
 
Jacques Tati ... (story)

Produced by

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Fred Orain ... producer
Jacques Tati ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Alain Romans

Cinematography by

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Jacques Mercanton
Jean Mousselle

Film Editing by

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Suzanne Baron ... (uncredited)
Charles Bretoneiche ... (uncredited)
Jacques Grassi ... (uncredited)

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Raymond Dechanseau ... synchronization (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Roger Briaucourt
Henri Schmitt

Set Decoration by

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Henri Schmitt

Production Management

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Fred Orain ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Pierre Aubert ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Pierre Clauzel ... property master
André Pierdel ... property master

Sound Department

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Jacques Carrère ... sound recordist
Roger Cosson ... sound
Guy Michel-Ange ... sound editor

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Wilson Tang ... digital restoration
Trey Freeman ... restoration artist (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Pierre Ancrenaz ... assistant camera (as P. Ancrenaz)
André Villard ... assistant camera (as A. Villard)
Le Chevallier ... assistant camera (uncredited)
André Marquette ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Fabien D. Tordjmann ... assistant camera (uncredited)
André Villard ... camera operator (uncredited)

Location Management

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Philip Schwob ... location manager (uncredited)

Other crew

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Sylvette Baudrot ... script girl
Bernard Maurice ... general administrator
André Paulvé ... presenter
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Monsieur Hulot goes on a holiday to a seaside resort, but accidents and misunderstandings follow him where ever he goes. The peace and quiet of the hotel guests don't last very long with Hulot around, because although his intensions are good, they always turn out catastrophically. Written by Leon Wolters

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Taglines It's laugh-vacation time as Jacques Tati romps through the most gloriously mad lark ever to tickle the ribs of young and old alike! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Les vacances de M. Hulot (France)
  • Mr. Hulot's Holiday (United States)
  • Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (United States)
  • Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot (United Kingdom)
  • Las vacaciones del señor Hulot (Spain)
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  • 114 min
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Trivia This marks the first film appearance of Jacques Tati's iconic character, Monsieur Hulot. See more »
Goofs When Hulot first enters the hotel and closes the door behind himself, we see his cap on his head while bending to pick up the suitcase. Next, when he straightens, the cap is in his hand with the suitcase. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Filip z konopi (1983). See more »
Crazy Credits The film ends with a shot of the now-deserted beach, over which is superimposed a graphic of a bright red postmarked stamp. See more »
Quotes Opening Titles: Mr. Hulot is off for a week by the sea. Take a seat behind his camera, and you can spend it with him. Don't look for a plot, for a holiday is meant purely for fun, and if you look for it, you will find more fun in ordinary life than in fiction.
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