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Votre dévoué Blake (1954)

American airline pilot out for a holiday, finds a beautiful girl, a man's corpse, and a charge of complicity in murder, all in quick succession going Paris by Night.

Directors:

Jean Laviron, Jerome Epstein (uncredited)

Writers:

Jerome Epstein (original screenplay) (as Jerry Epstein), Jacques Vilfrid (original screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Eddie Constantine ... Larry Blake
Danielle Godet ... Michèle Marley / Marion Miller
Dora Doll ... Isabelle
Jacques Dynam ... Gaston
Henri Cogan Henri Cogan ... Sam
Gil Delamare ... Georges
Jack Ary Jack Ary ... L'inspecteur Brevan
Henry Belly Henry Belly ... L'assistant
Gérard Buhr
René Charles René Charles
Marcel Charvey Marcel Charvey ... Laurent
Maurice Chevit Maurice Chevit ... Un complice
Marie-José Darène Marie-José Darène
Bob Ingarao Bob Ingarao ... Le premier complice
Jacques Ralph Jacques Ralph ... (as Jacques Ralf)
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Storyline

Larry Blake is an American airline pilot who loves women and ... trouble! Wherever he goes troubles indeed follow, like this time in Paris. On vacation in the French capital, the happy American decides to discover Paris by Night. As of his first night out, he gets to know Michèle Marley, a beautiful entertainer, and looks forward to a wonderful night of pleasure. But things do not go according to plan. Indeed, Laurent, Michèle's partner is found dead and not only is Michèle accused of killing him but Larry is suspected of being her accomplice as well ... Written by Guy Bellinger

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Comedy | Crime

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

1 December 1954 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Heiße Lippen - kalter Stahl See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Optiphone)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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French visa # 15443. See more »

Soundtracks

Ça me démange
Lyrics by Charles Aznavour
Written by Jeff Davis
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Et Merci Pour Le Chocolat.
19 April 2017 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

Made to capitalize on Eddie Constantine's huge popularity in the French fifties,this little thriller begins as a whodunit (a star of the screen,Michèle Marley is accused of the murder of another actor,Norbert Castan)and continues as a gangsters movie.

The first part often takes place in the cinema circles with the managers and the studios ,places which are used with good results : the bossy director ,who shows how to act a scene ,and gets killed whereas people around goes on rapture over his performance ("he lives out his art!"),then a long chase in the huge empty rooms with good camera work.The last part ,in the "circus" is more derivative with acts which are filler,but includes the good moment when the false monks take collection (of money and jewels).


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