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Pas de femmes (1932)


Mario Bonnard


Georgius (screenplay), Georgius (story)


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Complete credited cast:
Georgius Georgius ... Lucien Lepur
Pierre Finaly Pierre Finaly ... Branck
Jacqueline Jacquet Jacqueline Jacquet ... Micheline
Raymond Aimos Raymond Aimos ... Albert (as Aimos)
Teddy Dargy Teddy Dargy ... Mme Bectaupieu
Georges Bever Georges Bever ... (as Bever)
Francine Chevreuse Francine Chevreuse ... Cléopâtre
William Burk William Burk
Taponier Taponier
Bilancia Bilancia
Fernandel ... Casimir


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Release Date:

8 July 1932 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Elixir de amor See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Miks Films, Prima See more »
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1.37 : 1
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Lepur and the forbidden fruit
26 April 2015 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

They do not do that kind of farce anymore.The star is Georgius ,who is also the screenwriter ,Fernandel is only supporting although his part is important .

How to depict that?It could be Adam's warning ("do not eat that fruit or else you would lose everything!do I say !") Lucien Lepur is engaged to Micheline but there's a problem:he is sex shy ;although he is twenty-seven ,he is still a Virgin lad;His best friend Casimir (Fernandel)tells him that he can get help from "Madame Cléopâtre" ,a prostitute who is "like a volcano" but he takes the wrong door :there he meets an eminent scientist and his ugly female assistant who's got a bit of a mustache ;the professor has invented a machine who can turn the first to come into a superman (most likely a financier superman) ,provided he remains chaste.Lucien Lepur (check the name =Lucian Pureman) .

The machine seems prehistoric ,compared to today's special effects ;the far-fetched plot includes a love elixir -much more effective than today's Viagra-,a free-for-all in a cabaret called "La Vache En Folie =the cow gone mad" ,even a scene of love between the horrible assistant and her boss ! They do not do that kind of farce anymore;in 1932,it's not sure that the Catholic office of cinema would have allowed its audience to see it.Not at all.

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