Ferdinand le noceur (1935)

  |  Comedy

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Ferdinand is an honest and almost prude chemist at the Fourageot laboratories. His boss, Mr Fourageot, is mostly busy with his mistresses but comes to be worried with his young and outgoing daughter.


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3 February 2010 | vostf
| Without Fernandel and the fine cast: a very dull play
This was the second adaptation of the play for the silver screen. Mostly, it feels like the early days of talkies: René Sti only broke down the play into scenes and dialogue is the substitute for action.

Fernandel does his usual job : serious/straight/idealistic guy with a couple of songs and exactly two ill-tempered busts to give more strength to his naive character (when he happens to take half a dozen of the pills he invented).

The rest of the cast is also pretty good, so Ferdinand le Noceur remains a watchable old flick. Too bad it all gets bogged down in the old stage-play-blow-up rhythm.


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22 February 1935



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