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Maigret voit rouge (1963)

Division Commissioner Jules Maigret and his team hunt a ring of American racketeers sent to Paris to silence an embarrassing witness

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Gilles Grangier
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Gabin ... Le commissaire Jules Maigret
Françoise Fabian ... Lily
Roland Armontel ... Le docteur Fezin
Paul Frankeur ... Bonfils
Paul Carpenter Paul Carpenter ... Harry Mc Donald
Edward Meeks Edward Meeks ... Bill Larner
Ricky Cooper Ricky Cooper ... Charlie
Michel Constantin ... Cicero
Roger Dutoit Roger Dutoit ... Bidoine
Carlo Nell Carlo Nell ... Le garçon du 'Manhattan'
Charles Bouillaud Charles Bouillaud ... Le pharmacien Dullac
André Dalibert André Dalibert ... Un inspecteur
Harry-Max ... Curtis
Jean-Louis Le Goff Jean-Louis Le Goff ... Un inspecteur
Paulette Dubost ... La patronne de l'hôtel
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Gangsters from the United States try to kill a key government witness whose testimony could help land an influential mobster in jail. It's up to detective Maigret to deal with the FBI and a series of underworld figures to save the life of the witness. Written by Canon y mus

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Crime | Drama

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Brad Harris was supposed to play a role in this movie, but it didn't work out. See more »

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On Maigret's farewell he faces his most dangerous assignment, the American gangsters!!!
31 December 2020 | by elo-equipamentosSee all my reviews

Sadly the Maigret's trilogy reach in the end "Maigret Voit Rouge" where Jean Gabin as Jules Maigret had a hard task against American gangster at Paris, it somewhat changes the early format on previous ones, as usually the French people were labeled as unpleasant hospitable, here its applied fully perfectly on Maigret's behavior over the foreign gangsters and with Italian-American Pozzi (Vittorio Sanipoli) Manhattan's owner bar, whose he threatens a harsh deportation, equally he scolds the pretty Lily (Françoise Fabian) by she coming from Belgium, alluding their as simply visitors in the so blessing French ground, the plot is the unusual, three American mob gangsters are in Paris to silence a potential French convict who was years at large in USA which bear witness to FBI against a powerful Chicago Mobster, even having a good connection at USA's embassy with a diplomat Harry Mc Donald (Paul Carpenter) who give him puny datum, then Maigret gropes in the dark, however wisely sets a trap with a a redolent cheese to catch the rats at Manhattan's bar at starting point, aside a minor flaws this movie has so many fair qualities and elements that allow hook the viewers, some colorful character as the countryside old Dr. Fezin who speak in an upscale parlance on Kafkaesque language on rare eloquence, Hellenistic philosophy in figurative language, and the unlucky Inspector who was trounced meanwhile looking for his great case, whilst the frantic Jules Maigret explores all his stockpile of abilities to draw some hint which shall reach on the truth, pleasant and even funny mystery of the Maigret's farewell!!

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First watch: 2020 / How many: 1 / Source: DVD / Rating: 7.25


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Country:

France | Italy

Language:

French

Release Date:

18 September 1963 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Мегрэ и гангстеры See more »

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Mono

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1.66 : 1
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