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Mr. Freedom ()


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Mr. Freedom is an all-American superhero that destroys everyone who even remotely disagrees with imperialism. The film accounts his latest assignment to save France from being taken over by... See more »

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Marie-Madeleine
John Abbey ...
Mr. Freedom
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Dr. Freedom (as Don Pleasence)
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Dick Sensass
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Mr. Drugstore
Yves Lefebvre ...
Jacques Occident
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Freddie Fric
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Betty Bopper
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Herself
Colin Drake
Pierre Baillot
Raoul Billerey
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Moujik Man
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Christ
Catherine Rouvel ...
Marie-Rouge
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Marie
Albert Augier
Guy d'Avout
Odile Astie ...
(as Odile Astier)
Antoine Baud
Michel Beaujard
Alain Beretsky
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Un combattant (as J.L. Bideau)
Jean-Claude Bouillaud ...
(as J.C. Bouillaud)
Jean-Claude Bouillon ...
(as J.C. Bouillon)
Robert Bozzi
Christine Buchotz
Carbassa
Colette Charrier
N. Coënca
Umberto Couët
Albert Dray
Jean-Pierre Elga ...
(as J.P. Elga)
Pascal Fardoulis
Marcel Gassouk
Gallozzi
J. Insermini
Gérard Jourde
Annie Jeanneret
John Littleton
Michèle Loubet
Danielle Laine
Majorettes de St. Ouen
Mahieu Maria Metzgir
Marie Marc
Serge Martin
Maria Lisa
Marie Christine Antoine Morsan
Ivan Nabokoff
Henry Pillsbury ...
Joe Détergent
Judy Pillsbury
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(as H. Questerbert)
Spartacus
Utte Schmidt
Claude Sin
Christian Taguet
Christian Vals
Anita van der Laar
Eric Vasberg
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Himself (uncredited)
Michel Creton ...
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Capt. Formidable (uncredited)
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Cameo appearance (uncredited)

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William Klein

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William Klein ... (writer)

Produced by

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Guy Belfond ... producer
Christian Thivat ... producer
Michel Zemer ... producer

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Serge Gainsbourg

Cinematography by

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Pierre Lhomme

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Anne-Marie Cotret
Valérie Mayoux
Monique Teisseire

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Jacques Dugied
André Pilletant

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Guy Augé ... (as Guy Auger)

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Janine Klein

Makeup Department

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Aïda Carange ... makeup artist (as Aïda Carange Thivat)
Roger ... hair stylist

Production Management

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René Noël ... production manager (as René Noel)

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Didier Baudet ... assistant director
Alain Franchet ... assistant director
Olivier Landau ... assistant director

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Éric Simon ... props

Sound Department

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Antoine Bonfanti ... sound (as Bonfanti)
Michel Desrois ... sound (as Michel Desroi)
Harald Maury ... sound

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Raoul Billerey ... fight coordinator

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Gilbert Duhalde ... camera operator
Guy Testa-Rossa ... camera operator (as Guy Testa Rossa)
Jürgen Vollmer ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Pierre D'Alby ... assistant costume designer
Aigle Hutchinson ... shoes

Location Management

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Jean Mermoz ... location scout: auditorium

Music Department

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Michel Colombier ... music arrangements / orchestrator

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P. Feues ... production accountant
Reni Goliard ... choreographer (as René Goliard)
Élisabeth Rappeneau ... continuity (as Elisabeth Rappenau)

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Plot Summary

Mr. Freedom is a pro-American Right superhero who fights for God and country by beating, robbing, raping, and killing anyone who looks like they might disagree with him. When he hears that France is in danger of falling to the Commies, Mr. Freedom heads overseas to set things right. When the welcome he receives isn't quite as warm as he expected, he gives up hope of steering the French away from the Reds and decides to salvage what he can by destroying the entire country. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher

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Also Known As
  • Mister Freedom (France)
  • Мистер Фридом (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Mister Freedom (Greece)
  • Evviva la libertà (Italy)
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  • 95 min
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Trivia French censorship certificate: 13. See more »
Goofs When Mr. Freedom returns to his headquarters to find all his henchmen dead, one man with stars painted over his eyes, who is supposed to be dead, can be seen blinking. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Beck: Sexx Laws (1999). See more »
Soundtracks Oh Beautiful! Oh Beautiful! America! America! See more »
Crazy Credits The end credits are presented like political graffitti on the wall. See more »
Quotes Dr. Freedom: You know that the world is divided in two parts. On one side is Right, and on the other side is Wrong. Wrong is Red. And Right is...
Mr. Freedom: Red, white, and blue!
Dr. Freedom: Yes. And in the middle, we have the Maybes and the Don't-Knows. First, we've two objectives. Make the Reds cry uncle...
Mr. Freedom: Uncle Sam!
Dr. Freedom: Yes. Then maybe the Maybes and the Don't-Knows will wake up and fight for Right. For Right is might, and might is...
Mr. Freedom: Freedom!
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