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A guy is sick and tired of losing every time he tries his luck at "100 Francs a second",a radio game.

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Fernand
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Philippe
Jeannette Batti ...
Louloute
Jean-Jacques Vital ...
L'animateur
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Jacqueline Bourdinet (as Geneviève Kervine habillée par Virginie)
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Le fakir (as Jacques Eyser de la Comédie Française)
Gaston Orbal ...
Le secrétaire (as Orbal)
Fred Pasquali ...
Bourdinet (as Pasquali)
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Himself
Mons. Champagne ...
Himself (as Monsieur Champagne)
André Gillois ...
Himself
Charles Rigoulot ...
Himself (as Rigoulot)
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Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicolas Amato ...
Le directeur du théâtre (uncredited)
Luc Andrieux ...
Le mauvais garçon (uncredited)
Jacques Antoine ...
Un assistant de Vital (uncredited)
Jack Ary ...
Un cheminot en grève (uncredited)
Jackie Blanchot ...
Un cheminot en grève (uncredited)
Alain Bouvette ...
Le correspondant extérieur de l'émission (uncredited)
André Carnège ...
Un actionnaire (uncredited)
Marcel Charvey ...
Le mécanicien (uncredited)
André Dalibert ...
Un cheminot en grève (uncredited)
Hubert de Lapparent ...
Le spectateur qui change de place (uncredited)
Monique Defrançois ...
La cliente du fakir (uncredited)
Germaine Delbat ...
Mlle Marthe, la secrétaire de M. Bourdinet (uncredited)
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L'autre mauvais garçon (uncredited)
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Un cheminot en grève (uncredited)
Édouard Francomme ...
Un cheminot en grève (uncredited)
André Fuma ...
Le jeune marié concurrent (uncredited)
Émile Genevois ...
Le camelot (uncredited)
Sylvain Levignac ...
Un spectateur (uncredited)
Marcel Loche ...
Un Gardien des établissements Bourdinet (uncredited)
Robert Lombard ...
Roland (uncredited)
Franck Maurice ...
Un cheminot en grève (uncredited)
Émile Morel ...
Un actionnaire (uncredited)
Jacques Morlaine ...
(uncredited)
Dominique Page ...
L'épouse du jeune marié concurrent (uncredited)
Roger Vincent ...
Un actionnaire (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jean Boyer

Written by

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Pierre Bellemare ... (radio show)
 
Jean-Paul Blondeau ... (radio show)
 
Jean Boyer ... (adaptation)
 
Serge Veber ... (dialogue)
 
Jean-Jacques Vital ... (screenplay)

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Jean Boyer ... producer
Jean-Jacques Vital ... producer

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Henri Betti

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Charles Suin ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Fanchette Mazin

Editorial Department

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Arlette Lalande ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Robert Giordani ... (art director)

Makeup Department

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Jean Paul Ulysse ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Walter Rupp ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jean Bastia ... assistant director
Robert Guez ... assistant director

Art Department

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Jacques D'Ovidio ... assistant
Jean Mandaroux ... assistant

Sound Department

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Antoine Archimbaud ... sound editor (as A. Archimbaud)
Henri Richard ... assistant
William Robert Sivel ... sound engineer
Jean Zann ... assistant

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jean Castagnier ... assistant camera
J. Chotel ... assistant camera (as Jacques Chotel)
Marcel Franchi ... cameraman

Script and Continuity Department

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Cécilia Malbois ... script girl

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  • Pathé (1953) (Belgium) (theatrical)

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Plot Summary

A guy is sick and tired of losing every time he tries his luck at "100 Francs a second".He mistakes a young man ,Philippe,for a fortune-teller and he asks him to have a go at the radio game. A game sponsored by a quinine tonic wine (supposed to pep you up)made by M.Bourdinet who fired Philippe who was more interested in his boss's daughter than in his work. After a forfeit (a bolster blow on the head),Philippe's got all the answers:history,geography,science,music,sculpture,literature ,you name it;even algebra and quadratic Equations!(only an event can stop the game:a train coming into a station;but what a Lucky break:railroad men are on strike!) The game becomes a marathon ,the winner reaching millions of Francs threatening to ruin his former boss. Written by dbdumonteil

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  • 100 frank per seconde (Belgium, Flemish title)
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  • 88 min
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Movie Connections Version of Episode dated 28 January 1955 (1955). See more »

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