Ladies' Man (1962)

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28 February 2017 | RodrigAndrisan
| Not bad!
Without Eddie Constantine, the film would be boring and hard to follow, he makes all the charm. Bernard Borderie, famous for "Angélique" with Michèle Mercier, "Rocambole" with Channing Pollock and "Pardaillan" with Gérard Barray, he worked with Eddie Constantine before in "Poison Ivy"(1953), "Dames Get Along" (1954), "Dishonorable Discharge" (1957), "Women Are Like That"(1960) and after this "Ladies' Man" they also collaborated in "Your Turn, Darling"(1963). Borderie was a good skilled filmmaker and managed to make many very successful films, very popular(specially "Angélique"), without having access to some great scripts.

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21 March 1962



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