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Ni vu, ni connu

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Ni vu, ni connu
Directed byYves Robert
Written byAlphonse Allais
Jacques Celhay
StarringLouis de Funès
Music byJean Wiener
Production
company
Champs-Élysées Productions
Distributed byPathé Consortium
Release date
23 April 1958 (France)
Running time
95 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Box office$18.8 million[1]

Ni vu, ni connu (literally "Neither seen, nor known"), also known by its English title Neither Seen, Nor Recognized, is a French comedy film from 1958, directed by Yves Robert and starring Louis de Funès. The film is based on the novel L'Affaire Blaireau (The Blaireau Case) by Alphonse Allais. The story had previously been adapted for the screen in 1923 and in 1932.

Plot

In the wine-growing village of Montpaillard, the humorless gamekeeper Parju is determined to bring in the wily poacher Blaireau. One night, he is accidentally knocked out by Armand Fléchard, a young piano teacher, but is convinced the attacker was Blaireau and has him arrested. However, Blaireau knows how to take advantage of any situation, and what he makes of being arrested benefits the entire village, including Fléchard and his girlfriend, Arabella, the daughter of the local landowner.

Cast

  • Louis de Funès: Léon Blaireau, the poacher
  • Moustache: Ovide Parju, the gamekeeper
  • Noëlle Adam: Arabella de Chaville, the landowner's daughter
  • Madeleine Barbulée: Mme de Chaville, Arabella's mother
  • Claude Rich: Armand Fléchard, piano teacher and Arabella's beloved
  • Frédéric Duvallès: Monsieur Dubenoit, the mayor
  • Roland Armontel: Léon de Chaville, the local landowner, Arabella's father
  • Pierre Mondy: Monsieur Bluette, director of the local jail
  • Jean-Marie Amato: Maître Guilloche, a lawyer, the mayor's political rival
  • Lucien Hubert: Auguste, a villager
  • Pierre Stéphen: the public prosecutor
  • Robert Vattier: Monsieur Lerechigneux, the judge
  • Paul Faivre: Victor, the chief jailkeeper
  • Jean Bellanger: a prisoner, formerly a pedicurist
  • Grégoire Gromoff: Grégory, a prisoner
  • Henri Coutet: prisoner
  • Max Montavon: prisoner
  • Monette Dinay: Léontine, Dubenoit's housekeeper
  • Danièle Delorme: admirer at the village fair
  • Colette Ricard: Mademoiselle Rose
  • Pierre Mirat: the owner of the local hotel
  • Guy Favières: assistant to the mayor
  • Marcel Rouze: policeman
  • Charles Bayard: a legal assessor
  • Yves Robert: wedding photographer
  • Marc Blanchard: Monsieur Duranfort
  • Raoul Saint-Yves: prisoner
  • Jacques Couturier: policeman
  • Francis Lemarque: whistling prisoner
  • Bernard Charlan: doctor
  • Jimmy Perrys: Antoine, a prisoner, formerly a tailor
  • Jeanne de Funès (uncredited): admirer
  • Also: Fout-le-camp, a dog; Napoléon, a crow; Lucienne, a magpie; Parju, a pig; and the members of the "club de la fine gaule".

References

  1. ^ "Ni vu... ni connu (1958) - JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com. Retrieved Mar 26, 2020.

External links


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