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Monsieur Robinson Crusoe (1960)

Robinson et le triporteur (original title)
A modern re-telling of the Robinson Crusoe story. But, this time, our hero is a macguivering expert. So he creates himself a modern paradise based on his beloved delivery tricycle that we saw in the previous movie"The tricyclist".

Director:

Jacques Pinoteau

Writers:

René Fallet (characters), Jacques Pinoteau (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Darry Cowl ... Antoine Peyralout
Blanca de Silos
Alfredo Mayo
Julio Peña
Elena Barrios
Teresa del Río ... (as Tere del Rio)
Billy Kearns Billy Kearns ... (as Bill Kearns)
Patrick MacGrady Patrick MacGrady
Carlos Casaravilla
Don Ziegler Don Ziegler ... Popeline's Father
Béatrice Altariba ... Popeline
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A modern re-telling of the Robinson Crusoe story. But, this time, our hero is a macguivering expert. So he creates himself a modern paradise based on his beloved delivery tricycle that we saw in the previous movie"The tricyclist".

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

France | Spain

Language:

French

Release Date:

2 March 1960 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Monsieur Robinson Crusoe See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Follows Le triporteur (1957) See more »

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Imaginative movie for kids.
26 March 2006 | by vincent-ledoux-2See all my reviews

Typical French movie of the late 1950's. I first saw this movie when it came out on TV, circa 1965. Seeing it again on DVD brought me back to memory lane.

Darry Cowl, like Fernandel, Bourvil and Louis De Funès has it's own style. The movie shows somebody madly in love that is ready to do anything to get his lady.

Comic situations that are not too funny, impossible situations and other idiotic scenario makes that movie not very good, but if like me, you liked Darry Cowl when you were a kid, it may be worth watching.

Not as good as the original "Le Triporteur (1957)".


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