Tag Archives: Robert Hossein
Le voleur de crimes / Crime Thief (1969) Nadine Trintignant, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Robert Hossein, Giorgia Moll, Crime, Drama
Le monte-charge / Paris Pick-Up (1962) Marcel Bluwal, Robert Hossein, Lea Massari, Robert Dalban, Drama, Thriller
Le tonnerre de Dieu / The Thunder of God (1965) Denys de La Patellière, Jean Gabin, Michèle Mercier, Robert Hossein, Comedy, Drama
Madame Sans Gêne / Madame (1961) Christian-Jaque, Sophia Loren, Robert Hossein, Renaud Mary, Comedy, Drama, Romance, War
Catherine, an out-spoken Parisian laundress follows Napoleon’s army to the battlefront to be near her Sergeant Lefevre. The couple perform a deed of heroism which abets Napoleon’s victory, so that after the war the grateful Emperor bestows on the now married couple the title of Duke and Duchess. Catherine squabbles with Napoleon’s haughty sisters, scandalizes the nobility with her lack of courtly manners, flirts with the men – and consistently creates havoc as she remains true to her earthy background.
Des femmes disparaissent / Girls Disappear (1959) Édouard Molinaro, Robert Hossein, Magali Noël, Estella Blain, Thriller
Pierre Rossi and Béatrice live in the same block of flats in Marseille and love each other. One night, Béatrice leaves her apartment. Pierre knows that his fiancée goes to a rendezvous, but she would not tell him more than just that. Worried, Pierre follows her but he is attacked and stolen his identity papers by two men, Tom and Nasol, on the payroll of Quaglio, one of the city’s bosses. Later on, Quaglio kills Nasol and deposits the body in a garage, leaving Pierre’s papers nearby. As for Pierre, he manages to follow Tom to a villa where several young women have been invited. Pierre, horrified, realizes that this place is the headquarters for the white slave trade.
Panic in Bangkok / Banco à Bangkok pour OSS 117 (1964) André Hunebelle, Kerwin Mathews, Robert Hossein, Pier Angeli, Action, Adventure
One dark night, in the deserted streets of Nice, an American car slowly drives past Victor Menda, then slowly pulls up. A come on from the mysterious blonde at the wheel leads to Victor finds himself kissing and making love to the gorgeous creature. But as soon as the embrace is over the mantis-like beauty rejects him and, under the threat of a gun, makes him leave the car. Worse, she tries and nearly manages to kill him by running over him. Cars have plates, and Victor traces the address of the monstrous nymphomaniac. To his amazement, he discovers a beautiful villa, in front of which the American car is parked, where two blonde sisters live together, both of whom look sweet and harmless.
Le repos du guerrier / Love on a Pillow (1962) Roger Vadim, Brigitte Bardot, Robert Hossein, Jean-Marc Bory, Romance, Drama
When the Parisian bourgeois Geneviève Le Theil travels to Dijon to resolve outstanding subjects in the inheritance left by her wealthy aunt, she mistakenly opens the door of another room in the hotel, finding a suicidal near death on the bed. Later Geneviève goes to the hospital and is introduced to Renaud Sarti, the nihilistic alcoholic vagrant she saved. Geneviève falls in love for Renaud and brings him to her apartment in Paris, initiating a destructive, masochistic and corrupt relationship with the abusive man.