Three members of this unlucky 7th Organization are shrouded in occupied France in 1942. Read More »
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The Seventh Company Has Been Found (1975) Robert Lamoureux, Jean Lefebvre, Pierre Mondy, Henri Guybet, Comedy, War
French military’s seventh firm encounters severe setback during WWII as it has separated by other members of their army. Read More »
Now Where Did the Seventh Company Get to? (1973) Robert Lamoureux, Jean Lefebvre, Pierre Mondy, Aldo Maccione, War, Action, Comedy
1940: During the chaotic running fights of the French army the 7th company disappears – nobody knows they’ve been taken captive. Read More »
Errol’s son, Sean plays a sleuth attempting to find a missing husband. He stumbles upon a ring of spies in the process. Read More »
Mid-aged married truck driver falls in love with a young waitress he meets while making a break on a long trip. Read More »
The Story of the Count of Monte Cristo (1961) Claude Autant-Lara, Louis Jourdan, Yvonne Furneaux, Pierre Mondy, Action, Adventure, Drama
Edmund Dantes is falsely accused by those jealous of his good fortune, and is sentenced to spend the rest of his life in the notorious island prison, Chateau d’If. Read More »
Bankers Also Have Souls / Le cadeau (1982) Michel Lang, Pierre Mondy, Claudia Cardinale, Clio Goldsmith, Comedy
Gregoire is retiring after many years with the same bank, and his collegues surprise him with the gift of a beautiful call girl, Barbara. Thinking she is a conquest, he impersonates the bank president, leading to a comedy of mistaken identities.
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Jojo has been living for a while in a room under the roof of a block of flats in Pigalle. He has chosen to leave home since he realized his stepmother has hated him from day one. Among his many neighbors in the house is the gorgeous Jenny Dorr, a nightclub dancer,whose lover he dreams of becoming. But as the boy is only sixteen Jenny proves kind and motherly but that’s that. Worse, she becomes the lover of Dicky, a mediocre boxer farting around in the Pigalle cafés. On the other hand, Jojo, who has no income, must absolutely find work, all the more as he woos Marietta, one of his other neighbors, a young lady more suited to his age. Selling magazines works for a while but posing as Narcissus for two gay artists proves a disaster.
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