The Sucker (1965)

  |  Adventure, Comedy, Crime


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Criminals have chosen an ordinary man to carry drugs and jewels in his car across the border. The problem is that this man turned out too much ordinary.


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  • Louis de Funès in The Sucker (1965)
  • Louis de Funès and Bourvil in The Sucker (1965)
  • Bourvil in The Sucker (1965)
  • Louis de Funès and Bourvil in The Sucker (1965)

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Director:

Gérard Oury

Writers:

Gérard Oury (scenario and adaptation), Marcel Jullian (adaptation), Georges Tabet (dialogue), André Tabet (dialogue)

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5 May 2016 | Kirpianuscus
classic comedy
a lot of gags and humor of situation. parody of a popular genre. and a couple who gives memorable mark to a film not real different by many others from the French cinematography of ''60's. Louis de Funes and Bourvil. a Cadillac. and a ruined plan. and many hilarious situations who mix ingenuity and neurosis, fights and revenges, stupid characters and insignificant small man who reimpose justice. and the end is a gem. clichés of crime films are exploited with great art. the love has its slice. the tension is not ignored. and few Italian/French classic landscapes are the perfect spices. a popular comedy, off course. special for the art of two great comedians. and for the freshness of irony about lifestyle's aspects from the period, not different by present.

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Release Date:

24 March 1965

Language

French, Italian, German


Country of Origin

France, Italy, Spain

Filming Locations

Place Sainte-Geneviève, Paris 5e, France

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Budget:

FRF5,300,000 (estimated)

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