Maigret (1991–2005)
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Maigret et les plaisirs de la nuit 

A stripper starts to report a murder that has not yet happened, but leaves before making the report official. She is found murdered that morning. Complicating matters is the relationship she had with one of Maigret's assistants.

Director:

José Pinheiro

Writers:

Jacques Cortal, Georges Simenon (novel)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruno Cremer ... Commissaire Jules Maigret
Jacqueline Danno Jacqueline Danno ... Rose
Jean-Louis Foulquier Jean-Louis Foulquier ... Fred
Philippe Polet Philippe Polet ... Lapointe
Serge Beauvois Serge Beauvois ... Torrence
Marina Golovine Marina Golovine ... Lili
Virginie Robert Virginie Robert ... Dolly
Valérie Vogt Valérie Vogt ... Tania
Véronique Barrault Véronique Barrault ... Betty
Eric Doye Eric Doye ... Philippe
Yves Boonen Yves Boonen ... Dr. Bloch
Alexis Nitzer Alexis Nitzer ... Lognon
Carlos Pavlidis Carlos Pavlidis ... La Sauterelle
Annie Noël Annie Noël ... Lili's aunt
Michèle Loubet Michèle Loubet ... Sister Eudice
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A stripper starts to report a murder that has not yet happened, but leaves before making the report official. She is found murdered that morning. Complicating matters is the relationship she had with one of Maigret's assistants.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

France | Belgium | Switzerland

Language:

French

Release Date:

7 June 1992 (France) See more »

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Stereo

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Color
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The better one
26 May 2018 | by bob998See all my reviews

Now that I have seen Rowan Atkinson's version of this story, I can say that Bruno Cremer does a much better job of playing Maigret as he tries to unravel a very tangled knot of plot lines. It isn't so much that the English actors are less authentic in their performances, it's that the mystery and suspense are handled so much better in the older version. Only the Grasshopper, the man who acts as tout for the strip club has a more vivid presence. If you can manage to find this episode, Marina Golovine as Lili, the murdered stripper has a show stopping few minutes at the police station as she--very drunk--tries to give a statement to a very bored cop.


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