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Criminal mastermind Fantômas, a man of a thousand faces, is unhappy with Fandor, a journalist who's written a fictive interview of him. He kidnaps Fandor, threatens to kill him, but first... See more »

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Fantômas / Fandor
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Le commissaire Juve
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Hélène
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L'inspecteur Bertrand
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Le directeur du journal
Marie-Hélène Arnaud ...
Lady Beltham
Anne-Marie Peysson ...
La speakerine
Christian Toma ...
Un inspecteur
Michel Duplaix ...
Un inspecteur
Andrée Tainsy ...
L'habilleuse
Hugues Wanner
Henri Attal ...
Un garde du corps / Bodyguard
Jacques Berger
Pierre Collet ...
Un agent
Henri Guégan
Rudy Lenoir ...
Le recepionniste / Le gardien-chef
Jacques de Lanoye
Jean Minisini ...
Un homme de main de Fantômas
Bernard Musson ...
Un agent de police
Dominique Zardi ...
Un garde du corps / Bodyguard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Georges Adet ...
Un témoin (uncredited)
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(uncredited)
Marc Arian ...
Un invité et un joueur (uncredited)
André Badin ...
Le vendeur de la bijouterie (uncredited)
Charles Bayard ...
Le militaire au monocle (uncredited)
Jean Blancheur ...
Un témoin (uncredited)
Jean-Paul Blonday ...
Un invité (uncredited)
Philippe Castelli ...
L'agent en faction (uncredited)
Michel Charrel ...
Un homme de main de Fantômas (uncredited)
Yvan Chiffre ...
Un homme de main de Fantômas (uncredited)
Henri Coutet ...
Un témoin (uncredited)
Albert Daumergue ...
Un invité (uncredited)
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Un motard (uncredited)
Gabrielle Doulcet ...
La dame témoin (uncredited)
André Dumas ...
(uncredited)
Marius Gaidon ...
L'agent au commissariat (uncredited)
André Hunebelle ...
(uncredited)
Gaston Meunier ...
Le joueur au casino (uncredited)
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Fantômas (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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André Hunebelle

Written by

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Pierre Souvestre ... (novels) and
Marcel Allain ... (novels)
 
Jean Halain ... (screenplay) and
Pierre Foucaud ... (screenplay)
 
Jean Halain ... (dialogue)

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Paul Cadéac ... delegate producer
Luciano Ercoli ... producer
Cyril Grize ... producer
Alain Poiré ... delegate producer
Alberto Pugliese ... producer

Music by

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Michel Magne

Cinematography by

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Marcel Grignon

Film Editing by

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Jean Feyte

Editorial Department

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Ginou Billo ... assistant editor
Colette Lambert ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Paul-Louis Boutié

Set Decoration by

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Robert Turlure

Costume Design by

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Mireille Leydet

Makeup Department

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Yvonne Gasperina ... hair dresser
Blanche Picot ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Roger Boulais ... production manager
Cyril Grize ... production manager
Pierre Pardon ... unit manager
Maurice Touati ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jacques Besnard ... second unit director
Jean-Pierre Cazenave ... first assistant director

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Théobald Meurisse ... second assistant decorator (as Theo Meurisse)
Henri Sonois ... first assistant decorator

Sound Department

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René-Christian Forget ... sound (as René C. Forget)
Jean Jak ... boom operator
Vartan Karakeusian ... re-recording mixer
Jacques Maumont ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Gérard Cogan ... special effects
Gil Delamare ... special effects

Stunts

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Claude Carliez ... stunt coordinator
Rémy Julienne ... stunts
Jean Sunny ... stunt driver
Jean Marais ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Roger Corbeau ... still photographer
Maurice Delille ... assistant camera
André Domage ... camera operator
Emmanuel Machuel ... assistant camera
André Marquette ... assistant camera

Other crew

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Paulette Andrieux ... press attache
Alain Boisnard ... marine advisor
Marie-Thérèse Cabon ... script: second unit
Charlotte Choquert ... production secretary
Maurice Cottrant ... accountant
Charlotte Lefèvre ... script supervisor

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Plot Summary

Criminal mastermind Fantômas, a man of a thousand faces, is unhappy with Fandor, a journalist who's written a fictive interview of him. He kidnaps Fandor, threatens to kill him, but first goes about ruining the journalist's reputation by committing a sensational crime in Fandor's guise. Hot on the trail is police Commissaire Juve, so Fantômas commits a crime looking like him. Soon, our intrepid heroes, Fandor and Juve, with the help of Fandor's girlfriend Hélène, are on the mastermind's trail, but who's in control? Written by

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Taglines Men Hunt Him Down - Women Look Him Up! Super-Thief ... Master Lover ... He's out to ransack the world! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Fantomas (France)
  • Fantomas 70 (Italy)
  • Fantomas (United States)
  • Fantomas (Europe, English title)
  • Fantomas (World-wide, English title)
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  • 100 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Mylène Demongeot said in her memoirs that Jean Marais was very jealous of Louis de Funès success and Marais was not so involved with the rest of the crew. See more »
Goofs Supposedly Fantomas is wearing Fandor's mask, however he does not remove it completely to put on Juve's mask. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Operation: Secret Agents, Spies & Thighs (2007). See more »

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