Maigret à Pigalle (1966)

  |  Crime, Drama


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Maigret is called in to solve a crime in a night-club, and he has a field day dealing with tough characters, and beautiful bar-flies. The plot is based on Georges Simenon's novel, "Maigret au Picratt's".


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12 April 2014 | dbdumonteil
Pigalle blues
This is an eminently forgettable flick among the numerous Maigret's investigations ;this one takes place (check the title) in Pigalle and was probably made to attract a "different" audience who ,besides,might be disappointed if they expect hot stuff .Gino Cervi,a comic actor,is not well cast and does not seem to be that much interested in this whodunit in which he helps his colleague ,superintendant Lognon ( The Onion)(Alfred Adam).As for the story ,an educated prostitute who likes Beethoven,Stravinski ...and the Beatles -she owns a copy of "rubber soul" - is murdered ,then a countess is slain.

The only relatively interesting subject concerns Raymond Pellegrin and his wife (Lila Kedrova) who is ten years older than he is ;but they get lost in a muddled screenplay.

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Genres

Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

30 December 1966

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy, France

Filming Locations

Paris, France

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