Henri is a middle-aged travelling umbrella salesman from Saumur who lives a sexless and unhappy married life with his puritan wife and two children. Painting is the only true passion of ... See full summary »
Albert Durandal is unable to keep a job for more than a few days. The reason: he hums while working, which invariably irritates his superiors. He is not hired as a singer for all that, as ... See full summary »
Another far-fetched comedy by Christian-Jaque,not as good as "Raphael le Tatoué" or "Un de la Légion",it has funny moments although it is sometimes repetitive and confused.
In South America (where else?) anything can happen: the consul might give you as a snack to the sharks,you can wind up as a working man (slave) in a banana plantation,or as a recruit in the governor's navy .And there's always a fire squad waiting for you so you 'd better start a revolution!It takes all Fernandel's talent to go through this eventful journey.
Like this?try this: "Viva Maria" Louis Malle 1965
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