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I've Got You, You've Got Me by the Chin Hairs (1979)

Je te tiens, tu me tiens par la barbichette (original title)
The kidnappers of a variety presenter, Patrice Rengain, demand a ransom of a billion cents. To collect the sum, the director of the chain decides to organize a huge quest, as for a great humanitarian cause.

Director:

Jean Yanne

Writers:

Gérard Sire (scenario & dialogue), Jean Yanne (scenario & dialogue)
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Jean Yanne ... Inspecteur Chodaque / Selim Azerbaïdjan / Voix pub Tubet's
Mimi Coutelier ... Monique Trechois
The Village People ... Des chanteurs Américains
Ritchie Family Ritchie Family ... Des chanteurs Américains
Jacques François ... Aurélien Brucheloir, le président d'Af4
Daniel Prévost ... Dache
Georges Beller Georges Beller ... L'assistant de plateau
Micheline Presle ... Mlle Chagrin
Michel Duchaussoy ... Patrice Rengain
Jean Desailly ... Armand Fouché-Blanchot, le directeur de la Police Judiciaire
Yanou Collart Yanou Collart ... Lucienne Fouché-Blanchot
Carlos Carlos ... Stéphane Larsen
Mort Shuman Mort Shuman ... Larsen 2
Claude Brosset Claude Brosset ... Le réalisateur Bastien
Jean Le Poulain ... Drouillard
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The kidnappers of a variety presenter, Patrice Rengain, demand a ransom of a billion cents. To collect the sum, the director of the chain decides to organize a huge quest, as for a great humanitarian cause.

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I Feel Disco Good
Written & Composed by Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali & Phil Hurtt
Performed by Ritchie Family
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a heavy-handed kitsch criticism of 1970's French TV
12 December 2001 | by el gizmoSee all my reviews

jean yanne is a character in the history of french cinema. But rather as a phlegmatic actor. He is better writer than director: he definitely has talent to criticize the scandaleous ways the 1970's french TV worked. His fake commercials are kinda funny for they are provocative... but the whole movie is so heavy that it gets boring. So, no need to watch it. Unless you're a big village people fan: the score is a 100% disco soundtrack... 3/10


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

4 April 1979 (France) See more »

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I've Got You, You've Got Me by the Chin Hairs See more »

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Mono

Color:

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1.66 : 1
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