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L'affaire de la rue des Francs-Bourgeois 

Nicolas Le Floch conducts an investigation into a spate of deaths at the house of the influential M. Montault. But who is his mysterious enemy?

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Hugues Pagan, Catherine Lapasset (collaborating writer) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jérôme Robart Jérôme Robart ... Nicolas Le Floch
Mathias Mlekuz Mathias Mlekuz ... Bourdeau
François Caron François Caron ... Monsieur de Sartine
Sava Lolov Sava Lolov ... Le comte de la Borde
Michaël Abiteboul Michaël Abiteboul ... Sanson
Nathalie Roussel Nathalie Roussel ... La Reine
Julia Thurnau ... Madame de Crequy
Tom Novembre Tom Novembre ... Le comte de Saint Germain
Monique Mauclair Monique Mauclair ... La mère Morel
Didier Sandre Didier Sandre ... Monsieur de Montault
Hande Kodja ... Hortense de Vartelle
Catherine Morlot Catherine Morlot ... Héloïse de Montault
Serge Onteniente Serge Onteniente ... Henri de Montault
Arnaud Simon Arnaud Simon ... Aimé de Montault
Emmanuel Noblet Emmanuel Noblet ... Le chevalier d'Arcq
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Nicolas Le Floch conducts an investigation into a spate of deaths at the house of the influential M. Montault. But who is his mysterious enemy?

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The fourth episode in a row to be an original story rather than an adaptation of one of Jean-François Parot's novels, despite there being at the time of production five novels yet to be adapted. This was, according to Marc Eloy, to be able to keep the same characters at around the same age as the novels take place many years apart. However, all subsequent episodes were adaptations of the novels. See more »

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Presented alternately as a single 101 minute episode or in two parts roughly 50 minutes long. See more »

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

20 January 2012 (France) See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France See more »

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1.78 : 1
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