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We Will Go to Deauville (1962)

Nous irons à Deauville (original title)
Comical adventures of two pairs of friends during their stay in Deauville, Normandy.

Director:

Francis Rigaud

Writers:

Francis Rigaud (screenplay), Claude Viriot (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michel Serrault ... Lucien Moreau
Louis de Funès ... Ludovic Lamberjacques (as Louis De Funès)
Claude Brasseur ... Maurice Dubois
Pascale Roberts ... Monique Moreau
Colette Castel ... Jacqueline Dubois
Berthe Granval Berthe Granval ... Sophie (as Berthe Grandval)
Jean Carmet ... Le porteur
Marie Daëms Marie Daëms ... Marie-Laure Spiroza (as Marie Daems)
Sacha Distel ... Self
Roger Pierre ... Mr. Louis
Jean-Marc Thibault ... Mr. Paul
Jean Richard ... Le plombier - M. Simeon
Maurice Caffarelli Maurice Caffarelli ... The elder son of Mr Mercier (as Maurice Cafarelli)
Jacqueline Doyen Jacqueline Doyen ... Fernande Mercier
Jean-Pascal Duffard Jean-Pascal Duffard ... The younger son of Mr Mercier
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Comical adventures of two pairs of friends during their stay in Deauville, Normandy.

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Comedy

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First of many collaborations between Louis de Funès and Michel Galabru. They starred together in 11 films, most notably The Troops of St. Tropez (1964) and its sequels. See more »

Soundtracks

Les Parisiens
Lyrics by Maurice Tézé
Music by Paul Misraki
Performed by Les Ventura
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Soft nice comedy
8 May 2016 | by RodrigAndrisanSee all my reviews

A small treasure this, a collection of super French actors, sacred monsters for later, here when they were still young, one and one: Louis de Funes, Michel Serrault, Jean Carmet, Michel Galabru, Claude Brasseur, Jean Richard, Eddie Constantine (in an episodic appearance). Nice musical number in the middle of the film by Tony Middleton (as Tony Milton), something in the genre of the great Solomon Burke. Also appears and sings a song the French veteran Sacha Distel. This is not a blockbuster, the film is simply a holiday film with trivial occurrences, as in life. Knowing the general current tastes (we live in the era of Star Wars and X-Men), this film is just for the fans of the actors present in the cast.


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

24 December 1962 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Io... 2 ville e 4 scocciatori See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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