Maigret (1991–2005)
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Meurtre dans un jardin potager 

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruno Cremer ... Commissaire Jules Maigret
Geneviève Fontanel Geneviève Fontanel ... Fonsine
Michèle Simonnet Michèle Simonnet ... Fernande
Rémy Kirch Rémy Kirch ... Picard
Christophe Kourotchkine Christophe Kourotchkine ... Paturel
Martin Amic Martin Amic ... Louis Fouly
Maïté Nahyr Maïté Nahyr ... Janine Joubert
Renée Le Calm Renée Le Calm ... Grand-mère Fouly
Thierry Ragueneau Thierry Ragueneau ... Bouvier
Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat ... Germain Fouly
Maurice Mons Maurice Mons ... Le jardinier
Pavel Kríz ... Le docteur
Yann Pradal Yann Pradal ... Georges
Laura Préjean Laura Préjean ... Henriette
Sylvie Herbert Sylvie Herbert ... Micheline Fouly
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Canada | France

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French

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5 February 1999 (France) See more »

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Maigret's shoe size of 45 or 46 would be 11 or 12 in US sizes. See more »

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Maigret Does It Again
17 July 2005 | by orebaughSee all my reviews

A vagabond is found dead in a garden shed near Dole, carrying the same weapon that killed another vagabond in Paris a few weeks earlier. No one will admit to knowing the dead man, but Commissaire Maigret suspects differently. He must probe the dysfunctional Fouly family, a group of partying young people, and two sisters who haven't spoken (except in insults) in 30 years. There are old secrets to be unearthed.

This is a quiet, low-key story that comes up short of compelling, though its ending is quite strong. Bruno Cremer is good in the title role (and he should be, considering how many times he's played it). Renee Le Calm provides comic relief as the sometimes-deaf Fouly grandmother. Genevieve Fontanel (younger sister Fonsine) worked with Francois Truffaut in L'Homme Qui Aimait Les Femmes (The Man Who Loved Women). Filmed in the Czech Republic.


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