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Docteur Petiot ()


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Based on the real life of Dr. Marcel Petiot: During world war II Petiot, an MD living in occupied Paris, promised to help wealthy Jewish people among his patients to flee occupied France for... See more »

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Docteur Petiot
Pierre Romans ...
Drezner
Bérangère Bonvoisin ...
Georgette Petiot
Zbigniew Horoks ...
Nathan Guzik
Aurore Prieto ...
Madame Guzik
Nita Klein ...
Madame Kern
Claude Degliame
Martine Montgermont ...
Cécile Drezner
Nini Crépon ...
Collard
André Julien ...
Forestier
André Chaumeau ...
Célestin Nivelon
Axel Bogousslavsky ...
Louis Rossignol
Maxime Collion ...
Gérard Petiot
Nadège Boscher ...
Alice
Jean Dautremay ...
Gourlin
Michel Hart ...
Colonel F.F.I.
Dominique Marcas ...
Madame Valéry
Jean-Michel Molé ...
Monsieur Kern
Julien Verdier ...
Le pharmacien
Olivier Saladin ...
Premier agent
Jean-François Soubielle ...
Deuxième agent
Maryline Even ...
Madame Gilbert
Jean-Louis Grinfeld ...
Monsieur Gilbert
Claude Barichasse ...
Lacsour
Lorella Cravotta ...
La voisine Petiot
Jeanne David ...
Le veuve avocat
Philippe Polet ...
Le jeune S.T.O.
Marie Vallin ...
La concierge Petiot
Michel Caccia ...
Le sergent caserne
André Lacombe ...
L'inspecteur
Béatrice Avoine ...
La prostituée
Jean Lio ...
Le vampire
Jacques Serizier ...
L'homme poursuivi
Philippe Dehesdin ...
Client coiffeur
Bernard Charnacé ...
Client coiffeur
Paul Vally ...
Client coiffeur

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Christian de Chalonge

Written by

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Dominique Garnier ... () &
Christian de Chalonge ... ()

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Philippe Chapelier-Dehesdin ... delegate producer
Christine Gozlan ... executive producer
Alain Sarde ... delegate producer
Michel Serrault ... producer

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Michel Portal

Cinematography by

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Patrick Blossier

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Anita Fernández

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Florence Bon ... first assistant editor
Philippe Gasiorek ... editor trainee

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Yves Brover-Rabinovici

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Corinne Jorry

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Jean-Charles Bachelier ... hair stylist
Catherine Demesmeaker ... head makeup artist
Elisabeth Perchet ... makeup trainee

Production Management

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François Menny ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Yves de Chalonge ... trainee assistant director
Cyril Deleye ... trainee assistant director
Jacques Royer ... first assistant director
Philippe Tourret ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Pierre Jannic ... property master
Olivier Pace ... assistant decorator

Sound Department

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Vincent Arnardi ... re-recording mixer
Jean-Pierre Duret ... sound engineer / sound
Pascal Metge ... first sound assistant
Marie-Jeanne Wyckmans ... foley artist

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Dominique Corbin ... assistant special effects
Eric Faivre ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Benoît Chamaillard ... first assistant camera
Koen Firlefijn ... best boy grip
Véronique Gauthier ... second assistant camera
Mouloud Lakrout ... best boy gaffer
Benoît Lemercier ... best boy gaffer
Rachid Madaoui ... gaffer
Didier Nové ... best boy gaffer
Martine Peccoux ... still photographer
Yves Vandersmissen ... key grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Hélène Robin ... wardrober
Monique Tourret ... dresser
Laurent Ferrie ... costume assistant (uncredited)

Location Management

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Emmanuel Maintigneux ... location manager

Other crew

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Claude Bertonazzi ... production administrator
Pilar Billiet ... script supervisor
Patrick Birzin ... groupman
Bénédicte Darblay ... assistant manager
Marylène Dastugue ... production secretary
Claude Davy ... press attache
Agathe Grau ... assistant script supervisor
Louis Grau ... general administrator
Jean-Christophe Hedier ... assistant press attache
Olivier Lambert ... manager trainee
Françoise Le Jaffotec ... assistant manager
Gilles Lecroc ... assistant manager
Dominique Prost ... manager trainee
Eric Thurot ... groupman
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Based on the real life of Dr. Marcel Petiot: During world war II Petiot, an MD living in occupied Paris, promised to help wealthy Jewish people among his patients to flee occupied France for Spain. Instead, he drugged them and burnt their bodies in his home, while stealing their valuables. After the Liberation of France, he was condemned to death. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Dr. Petiot (World-wide, English title)
  • Doctor Petiot (Spain)
  • Doktor Petiot (Poland)
  • El extraño caso del Doctor Petiot (Argentina)
  • O estranho Dr. Petiot (Portugal)
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  • 102 min
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Trivia Just after Petiot was strapped to the bascule of the guillotine in the Sante Prison on May 25, 1946, Petiot smiled at the witnesses and said "gentlemen, I ask you not to look. This will not be very pretty!" Seconds later, the heavy mouton and blade of the guillotine thundered down, instantly decapitating Petiot. Witnesses later said that Petiot was smiling when his scheming head was sliced off. See more »

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