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Incorrigible ()

L'incorrigible (original title)
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Victor Vautier is incorrigible: he's in constant motion, working several cons at once, using different names and changing disguises. He's charming and outrageous, incapable of uttering a sentence that isn't embellished or an outright lie.... See more »

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Victor Vauthier
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Marie-Charlotte Pontalec
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Camille
Charles Gérard ...
Raoul
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Le préfet de police
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Hélène
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Tatiana Negulesco
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Le ministre
Albert Simono ...
M. Pontalec (as Alberto Simono)
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Adrienne
Maria Meriko ...
Mme Florinda
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Thérèse, la caissière du bar
Marc Dudicourt ...
Le gardien du ministère
Roger Riffard ...
Le second chauffeur de taxi
Maurice Travail ...
Le fonctionnaire des finances
Catherine Alric ...
Catherine
Maurice Auzel ...
Paulo
Madeleine Barbulée ...
La dame-pipi
Philippe Brizard ...
L'expert en tableaux
Véronique Dancier ...
L'hôtesse du 'Plazza'
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Freddy
Gérard Dournel ...
Le premier chauffeur de taxi
Anna Gaylor ...
Mme de Pontalec
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La fille au bureau des éducateurs
Laure Moutoussamy ...
Une prostituée
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Lucien, le domestique d'Hélène
Bernadette Robert ...
Lucette
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Sybille (as Elisabeth Teissier)
Micheline Granchet ...
Voix (voice)
Pierre D'Hollander ...
Voix (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Laetitia Alphand ...
Une petite fille de Raoul (uncredited)
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Une prostituée (uncredited)
Dany Bernard ...
L'amant d'Hélène (uncredited)
Claude Brulé ...
M. Morisson (uncredited)
Paulette Brulé ...
Mme Morisson (uncredited)
Michel Charrel ...
Le mécano de Gennevilliers (uncredited)
Hélène Cinque ...
Une petite fille de Raoul (uncredited)
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Le patron de la 'Bonne Santé' (uncredited)
Sébastien Floche ...
Le premier libéré (uncredited)
Michel Francini ...
Robert, le plaisancier (uncredited)
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Le garde du Palais de Justice (uncredited)
Charly Koubesserian ...
Homme devant le Colibri-Bar (uncredited)
Dominique Magloire ...
Une petite fille de Raoul (uncredited)
Gérard Malabat ...
Le chasseur du 'Plazza' (uncredited)
Julie Mate ...
Une petite fille de Raoul (uncredited)
Guy-Pierre Mineur ...
Le notable africain (uncredited)
Pierre Moncorbier ...
Le sexagénaire (uncredited)
Roger Muni ...
Le valet du ministre (uncredited)
Bernard Musson ...
Le second libéré (uncredited)
Maurice Nasil ...
Le portier de l'hôtel (uncredited)
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Gilberte (uncredited)
Louisette Rousseau ...
L'habilleuse de Tatiana (uncredited)
Sylvain Salnave ...
Le policier (uncredited)
Ibrahim Seck ...
Le ministre africain (uncredited)
François Viaur ...
Le portier de la prison (uncredited)
Lucien Wouassi ...
Le général africain (uncredited)
Georges Yacoubian ...
Le flic de la rue Fontaine (uncredited)

Directed by

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Philippe de Broca

Written by

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Alex Varoux ... (novel "Ah mon pote")
 
Michel Audiard ... () &
Philippe de Broca ... ()
 
Michel Audiard ... (dialogue)

Produced by

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Robert Amon ... associate producer
Jean-Paul Belmondo ... producer
Georges Dancigers ... producer
Alexandre Mnouchkine ... producer

Music by

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Georges Delerue

Cinematography by

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Jean Penzer

Film Editing by

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Françoise Javet

Editorial Department

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Michèle Catonné ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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François de Lamothe

Set Decoration by

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Eric Moulard

Costume Design by

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Paulette Breil

Makeup Department

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Marie Blanchard ... key hair stylist
Florence Fouquier D'Herouel ... makeup artist
Charly Koubesserian ... chief makeup

Production Management

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Nicole Carmet ... unit manager
Raymond Leplont ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Patricia Eberhard ... second assistant director
Jean-Claude Ventura ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Jacques Bufnoir ... assistant decorator
Robert Christidès ... set dresser
Jean Colin ... property master
Jean-Pierre Leau ... upholsterer
Raymond Lemoigne ... property master

Sound Department

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Daniel Brisseau ... sound engineer
Gérard de Lagarde ... sound assistant
Isabel García de Herreros ... chief sound editor (as Isabelle Garcia de Herreros)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Michel Coteret ... second assistant camera
Marcel Gellier ... key grip
François Lartigue ... first assistant camera
Louis Parola ... gaffer
Vincent Rossell ... still photographer
Jean-Paul Schwartz ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Fanny Jakubowicz ... costumer

Location Management

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Jacques Quinternet ... location manager

Script and Continuity Department

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Élisabeth Rappeneau ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Michel Bernede ... assistant manager
Denise Cassotti ... production secretary
René Chateau ... press attache
Janine Ruault ... administrator
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Victor Vautier is incorrigible: he's in constant motion, working several cons at once, using different names and changing disguises. He's charming and outrageous, incapable of uttering a sentence that isn't embellished or an outright lie. His life goal is to make enough money to build a sea wall to protect Mont-Saint-Michel. Charlotte, a parole officer, shows up: she's young and seems taken in by Victor. He discovers she lives above the Senlus Museum, where her parents are the curators. With two pals he decides to steal a priceless El Greco triptych and then ransom it back to the cultural ministry. What will Charlotte do when she realizes he's used her to make a fortune? Written by

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Also Known As
  • Incorrigible (United States)
  • El incorregible (Spain)
  • De onverbeterlijke (Belgium, Flemish title)
  • Niepoprawny uwodziciel (Poland)
  • Der Unverbesserliche
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  • 100 min
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Trivia 11th highest grossing movie of the year in France. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in The Opening of Misty Beethoven (1976). See more »
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