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Le Doulos

Like any film fanatic I have a huge mountain of films that I need to watch. I have a stack of Spaghetti Westerns that I haven’t even gotten close to, along with piles of Eurocrime, Eurospy and Eurosleaze films that are all crying out to be reviewed. I try, but a man can only squeeze […]

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Hunter Will Get You (1976)

Country: France Director: Philipe Labro Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Bruno Cremer, Jean Negroni, Patrick Fierry, Jean-Pierre Jorris, Victor Garrivier Music: Michel Columbier Original Title: L’Alpagueur One of the first movies I ever ordered from France, was L’Apagueur starring Jean-Paul Belmondo. I was going through a Belmondo phase at the time and wanted to get hold of […]

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Le Guignolo (1980)

Country: France / Italy Director: Georges Lautner Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Mirella D’Angelo, Michel Galabru, Carla Romanelli, Tony Kendall Music: Philippe Sarde Sorry folks, this is gonna be a half-assed review because I don’t speak French and I haven’t been able to find a copy of Le Guignolo which has English subtitles. But I don’t let […]

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The Burglars (1971)

Director: Henri Vernuil Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Omar Sharif, Dyan Cannon, Robert Hossein, Renato Salvatori, Nicole Calfan Music: Ennio Morricone – conducted by Bruno Nicolai Based on the novel by David Goodis This Euro-heist caper, set in Greece and directed by Henri Verneuil, is a bit different to most. Rather than building up to the perfect […]

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Le Professionnel (1981)

Director: Georges Lautner Starring: Jean Paul Belmondo, Jean Desailly, Robert Hossein, Jean-Louis Richard, Cyrielle Claire, Michel Beaune, Elisabeth Margoni, Marie-Christine Descouard Music: Ennio Morricone Le Professionnel is a good old fashioned adventure spy flick. Well, it starts as an adventure, then it turns into a revenge flick, but either way it is still very entertaining, […]

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Casino Royale (1967)

Directors: John Huston, Ken Hughes, Val Guest, Robert Parrish, Joe McGrathStarring: David Niven, Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, Daliah Lavi, Orson Welles, Woody Allen, Joanna PettetMusic: Burt BacarachTitle song by Herb Alpert and his Tijuana BrassSong, ‘Look of Love’, sung by Dusty SpringfieldInspired by the novel by Ian Fleming “Casino Royale is either going to be […]

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Le Magnifique (1973)

Country: France Director: Philippe De Broca Starring: Jean Paul Belmondo, Jacqueline Bisset, Vittorio Caprioli Music: Claude Bolling Le Magnifique starts with an inspired Bond rip-off sequence, where a secret agent in a telephone booth is airlifted by helicopter and dropped into the ocean. But the ill-fated agents trouble doesn’t end there. Trapped in the booth, […]

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