Poster

La Classe américaine ()


Reference View | Change View


George Abitbol, "the Most Classy Man on Earth", dies sputtering his famous last words: "cr*ppy world!" What the heck did he mean? Reporters Steven, Peter and Dave investigate. La Classe Américaine is a montage of scenes taken from the... See more »

Reviews:

Photos and Videos

Complete, Cast awaiting verification

Edit
...
George Abitbol (archiveFootage)
...
José (archiveFootage)
...
Isabelle (archiveFootage)
...
Le patron du journal (archiveFootage)
...
Peter (archiveFootage)
...
Steven (archiveFootage)
...
Dave (archiveFootage)
...
Self (archiveFootage)
...
Callaghan (archiveFootage)
...
Hugues (archiveFootage)
...
L'ami de George (archiveFootage)
...
Indian Chief (archiveFootage)
...
Jacques (archiveFootage)
...
Dino (archiveFootage)
...
The Fucking Freak (archiveFootage)
...
Franky (archiveFootage)
...
Un homme du futur (archiveFootage)
...
Frederic (archiveFootage)
...
Jaqueline (archiveFootage)
...
Le témoin professionnel (archiveFootage)
...
Ernest (archiveFootage)
...
Le fan d'hélicoptère (archiveFootage)
...
L'Acteur (archiveFootage)
...
La femme de l'acteur (archiveFootage) (as Yvonne de Carlo)
...
Yves (archiveFootage)
...
Joel Hammond (archiveFootage)
...
Professeur Hammond (archiveFootage)
...
Christelle (archiveFootage)
...
Deep Throat (archiveFootage)
...
Huggy (archiveFootage)
...
Stumpy (archiveFootage)
...
La femme de l'hélicoptère (archiveFootage)
...
L'homme de l'hélicoptère (archiveFootage)
...
Un journaliste (archiveFootage)
...
L'ami de Dino (archiveFootage)
Christine Delaroche ...
(voice)
Evelyne Grandjean ...
(voice)
...
José / Yves / Orson Welles / Jacques / Ernest / Le patron du journal (voice)
Patrick Guillemin ...
Steven / Dave (voice)
Raymond Loyer ...
George Abitebol / Récitant (voice)
Joël Martineau ...
Dino / Le chef indien / Le professeur Hammond (voice)
Jean-Claude Montalban ...
Peter / Callaghan / Un ami de Georges / Un ami du futur (voice)
Roger Rudel ...
Hugues / Franky / L'acteur / Le témoin professionnel / Joël Hammond (voice)
Jean-Eric Bielle ...
(voice)
Marc François ...
(voice)
...
(voice)
...
(voice)
...
(voice)
Dominique Farrugia ...
(voice)
Serge Hazanavicius ...
(voice)
Jean-Yves Lafesse ...
(voice)

Directed by

Edit
Michel Hazanavicius
Dominique Mézerette

Written by

Edit
Michel Hazanavicius ... ()
 
Dominique Mézerette ... ()

Produced by

Edit
Robert Nador ... producer
Ève Vercel ... producer

Music by

Edit
Laurent Petitgirard

Film Editing by

Edit
Jean-Michel Kuess
Guy Rondi

Editorial Department

Edit
Laurence Hamedi ... post-production coordinator

Production Management

Edit
Claude Léwy ... production manager

Sound Department

Edit
Claude Gazeau ... sound mixer
Laurence Kurzer ... sound editor
Philippe Penot ... foley artist

Thanks

Edit
Guy Debord ... thanks

Production Companies

Edit

Distributors

Edit

Special Effects

Edit

Other Companies

Edit

Storyline

Edit
Plot Summary

George Abitbol, "the Most Classy Man on Earth", dies sputtering his famous last words: "cr*ppy world!" What the heck did he mean? Reporters Steven, Peter and Dave investigate. La Classe Américaine is a montage of scenes taken from the Warner Bros. catalog and dubbed to fit the narration of what is arguably the greatest story ever told. Written by viktor-18

Plot Keywords
Genres
Parents Guide View content advisory »
Certification

Additional Details

Edit
Also Known As
  • Le grand détournement (France)
  • Американское путешествие (Russia)
Runtime
  • 70 min
Country
Language
Color
Aspect Ratio
Sound Mix

Did You Know?

Edit
Trivia The project started when Warner agreed to leave the French TV channel Canal+ to use its 4000-movies catalog free of charge and rights for a month (except some of them, like Clint Eastwood's ones). The directors Michel Hazanavicius et Dominique Mézerette, who already did two short movies using the same way, enjoyed very much that decision and they picked their choice amongst the whole bunch of flicks. The whole job was done in six months. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from The Crimson Pirate (1952). See more »

Contribute to This Page


Recently Viewed