| Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Willy Ferriere is dead broke and his mistress costs a lot. One day, he says in a pub that he would give 100,000 francs to get rid of his wealthy aunt. Someone lets him know it's a deal. The... See full summary »
This is the third film to have been adapted from a novel by Georges Simenon featuring his famous fictional detective, Jules Maigret. The first-ever Maigret film was Night at the Crossroads (1932), directed by Jean Renoir, starring his older brother Pierre Renoir as Maigret. The second was The Yellow Dog (1932), starring as Maigret the little-known Abel Tarride and directed by his son, Jean Tarride. All three films were adapted from novels first published in 1931, the year Simenon introduced the Maigret character.
Women don't interest me... except for one.