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À tout casser (1968)


John Berry


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eddie Constantine ... Ric
Johnny Hallyday ... Frankie
Michel Serrault ... Aldo Moreni
Annabella Incontrera ... Eva
Clément Michu Clément Michu ... Gus
Amarande Amarande ... La veuve
Jean Rupert Jean Rupert ... Le cousin du défunt (as J. Rupert)
Robert Lombard Robert Lombard ... Reggie
Pierre Koulak Pierre Koulak ... Charlie
Hélène Soubielle Hélène Soubielle ... Jacqueline
Dennis Berry Dennis Berry ... Ange
Jean-François Gobbi Jean-François Gobbi
Roger Van Hool Roger Van Hool
Joël Barbouth Joël Barbouth
Yves Beneyton Yves Beneyton ... Toto


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Release Date:

2 October 1968 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Breaking It Up See more »

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Cheval d'acier
Lyrics by Georges Aber
Written by Mickey Jones and Johnny Hallyday
Performed by Johnny Hallyday
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John Berry has sunk very low.....
6 June 2006 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

Johnny Hallyday,a French famous pop star was certainly overjoyed when he learned he had an American director for his turkey! But for John Berry who had directed John Garfield in his sensational "He ran all the way" ,it was an all time low.

Everything in this movie tries to sound "American" .From the -mediocre - songs that Johnny bellows out (the title track "A tout casser" ) to the motorbikes and the gang a la "the wild ones".Supporting cast includes Simone Signoret's daughter Catherine Allégret as Johnny 's girlfriend and Michel Serrault which has an original way of using vegetables.

Strictly for Hallyday's fans.

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