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Until the Last One (1957)

Jusqu'au dernier (original title)
Just released from prison after serving a six-month sentence, Fernand Bastia goes into hiding. He has indeed double-crossed his gang by keeping part of the product of a robbery for himself.... See full summary »

Director:

Pierre Billon

Writers:

André Duquesne (novel), Pierre Billon (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Raymond Pellegrin ... Fernand Bastia
Jeanne Moreau ... Gina
Paul Meurisse ... Fredo Ricioni - le chef de la bande
Max Révol Max Révol ... Cinquo - le propriétaire du cirque
Jacqueline Noëlle Jacqueline Noëlle ... Angèle Lombardi
Jacques Dufilho Jacques Dufilho ... Pépé
Orane Demazis ... La mère de Quedchi
Rita Cadillac ... La strip-teaseuse du cirque
Michèle David Michèle David ... La fille et partenaire de Dario
Charles Bouillaud Charles Bouillaud ... Un gendarme
Olivier Richard Olivier Richard ... Le petit garçon au chien (as Le petit Olivier Richard)
Mijanou Bardot Mijanou Bardot ... Josiane - l'écuyère
Lila Kedrova ... Marcella Bastia
Howard Vernon ... Philippe Dario - le trapéziste
Marcel Mouloudji ... Le forain Quedchi (as Mouloudji)
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Storyline

Just released from prison after serving a six-month sentence, Fernand Bastia goes into hiding. He has indeed double-crossed his gang by keeping part of the product of a robbery for himself. Thanks to his sister Marcella, Fernand has taken refuge in a small circus where she works. There, he falls in love with Gina but also arouses the jealousy of Quedchi, a fairground stall-holder who has seen him hiding the stolen money. After a while, Fredo Riccioni, the boss of the gang and his men, manage to trace him... Written by Collin, Daniel

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Country:

France | Italy

Language:

French

Release Date:

20 March 1957 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Do poslednjeg See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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French visa # 18491 delivered on 13-3-1957. See more »

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Decent minor film, worth a look
26 October 2018 | by mackjay2See all my reviews

Fairly diverting minor French crime drama featuring young Jeanne Moreau and Paul Meurisse. The setting lends the film some interest, a seedy traveling circus. A convict just let out of prison heads there to hide out from his old crime partners who think he has their money. Various alliances form and some excitement is generated, but nothing about it is really memorable, unless you count the silent boy and his dog who witness a lot of the action on the circus grounds. It's easy to see why the films of Becker, Melville and a few others stand out in the same period. Meurisse in fact, did impressive work with Melville later on, while Moreau was on the verge of international stardom.


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