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In The Water... Which Makes Bubbles!... (1961)

Dans l'eau... qui fait des bulles!... (original title)
Paul fishes out of the water the body of his greatest enemy. To avoid accusations that he is a killer, taking steps that will clear his good name.

Director:

Maurice Delbez

Writers:

Marcel Prêtre (novel), Maurice Delbez (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Louis de Funès ... Paul Ernzer
Pierre Dudan Pierre Dudan ... Charles Delindy
Marthe Mercadier ... Georgette Ernzer
María Riquelme María Riquelme ... Arlette Preminger
Philippe Lemaire ... Heinrich
Jacques Castelot Jacques Castelot ... Baumann
Philippe Clay ... Jean-Louis Preminger (voice)
Pierre Doris Pierre Doris ... Le boy-scout camionneur
Claudine Coster Claudine Coster ... Eléna
Serge Davri Serge Davri ... Le vagabond
Josette Beucler Josette Beucler
Jocelyne Darche Jocelyne Darche
Jean Mejean Jean Mejean ... (as Jean Méjean)
Max Elloy ... Un pêcheur
Guy Loran Guy Loran
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Paul fishes out of the water the body of his greatest enemy. To avoid accusations that he is a killer, taking steps that will clear his good name.

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Genres:

Comedy | Crime

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Le commissaire Guillaume: Supposing I had to investigate myself I wouldn't be comfortable.
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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

25 October 1961 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

In The Water... Which Makes Bubbles!... See more »

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Production Co:

Kerfrance Production See more »
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Mono
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