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Louis de Funès,
One more example of the silly french comedies as we could watch in the sixties. One more time, don't expect here any style like Bourvil or Louis de Funès films. You have to force yourself to laugh. Francis Blanche was better used in LES TONTONS FLINGUEURS and Darry Cowl in LE TRIPORTEUR short series. The story of a couple of airport luggage carriers involved in the disappearance of some suit cases. From that, the audiences have to stand eighty two minutes of stupid scenes leading nowhere, with very cheap stage atmosphere. But it remains an acceptable time waster for rainy afternoons, when you are sitting in front of the TV set with your old folks reminding their own time, and you your own youth.
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