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Enter Inspector Maigret (1966)

Maigret und sein grösster Fall (original title)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Heinz Rühmann ... Kommissar Maigret
Françoise Prévost ... Simone Lefèbvre (as Françoise Prevost)
Günther Stoll Günther Stoll ... Alain Robin (as Günter Stoll)
Günter Strack Günter Strack ... Kommissar Delvigne
Gerd Vespermann Gerd Vespermann ... Inspektor Caselle
Christo Neggas Christo Neggas ... Adriano Genaro
Ulli Lommel ... René Delfosse
Edwin Noel Edwin Noel ... Jean Chabeau
Giacomo Furia Giacomo Furia ... Marcello Genaro
Claudio Camaso ... Giorgio Genaro
Alexander Kerst Alexander Kerst ... André Delfosse
Francesca Rosano Francesca Rosano ... Franchita
Peter Groß Peter Groß ... Inspektor Lapointe (as Peter Gross)
Silvana Sansoni Silvana Sansoni ... Animierdame
Peter Gerhard Peter Gerhard ... Museumsdirektor
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Crime | Drama

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Country:

Austria | Italy | France | West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

28 July 1967 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Enter Inspector Maigret See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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ENTERTAINING BUT FAILING MAIGRET ADAPTATION
9 October 1999 | by J. SteedSee all my reviews

Only one week before shooting started Heinz Rühmann took over from Rupert Davies, who did not agree with the script and the director, the part of Maigret. The making of the film was saved, but not Georges Simenon's creation as Rühmann makes a very uneasy commissaire; Rühmann's Maigret can not compete with the Maigret of Jean Gabin or Rupert Davies. Rühmann did not have the posture to start with; the pipe in Rühmann's mouth is more prominent than his Maigret.

As to script and director Rupert Davies was not completely wrong, but it is not a bad film either. With good routine writing by Herbert Reinecker, a specialist for this kind of stuff, and ditto direction by Alfred Weidenmann this is an entertaining detective film, but surely a failure as a Maigret adaptation.


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