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The Man in the Raincoat

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The Man in the Raincoat
Directed byJulien Duvivier
Written byJulien Duvivier
René Barjavel
Based on'Tiger by the Tail' by James Hadley Chase
Bernard Blier
Jacques Duby
Jean Rigaux
Claude Sylvain
Abbey Films
Cité Films
Distributed byCocinor
Release date
22 February 1957
Running time
108 minutes

The Man in the Raincoat (French: L'Homme à l'imperméable) is a French-Italian comedy-thriller film directed by Julien Duvivier, scripted by the director and René Barjavel, from the 1954 novel Tiger by the Tail by James Hadley Chase. It was released in 1957[1] and shown at the 7th Berlin International Film Festival in competition for the Golden Bear. It stars Fernandel, (with whom Duvivier had made two successful Don Camillo films earlier in the 1950s), and Bernard Blier.

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<b>Its raining heavily. My bag is...</b>   <b>Ohh! Uncle. Please come in.</b>   <b>Actually, Papa just called.</b>   <b>He told me that you are going to come.</b>   <b>Would you like to have something? Tea or Coffee?</b>   <b>Just water.</b>   <i><b>I am the salvation.</b></i>   <i><b>I kill people.</b></i>   <i><b>Watching over the sleeping bodies of sinners..</b></i>   <i><b>On the terrace of a crowded building..</b></i>   <i><b>I do the honour of finishing someone's race..</b></i>   <i><b>I am the salvation.</b></i>   <i><b>I kill people.</b></i>   <i><b>I think why can't we hear the scream while their struggle..</b></i>   <i><b>Appearing like a killer..</b></i>   <i><b>Dressed like a murderer..</b></i>   <i><b>I strive to search for warm bodies..</b></i>   <i><b>I am the salvation.</b></i>   <i><b>I kill people.</b></i>   <b>Uncle? Are you leaving? Papa will be coming soon!</b>   <b>I am not your Uncle.</b>   <b>It was raining... My bag was getting wet.. I wanted a shelter.. so..</b>   <b>Ohh! I thought!!</b>   <b>I should go now.</b>   <b>Wait! This cassette of yours... You left it..</b>   <b>Ohh this! I'm done with this already.</b>   <i><b>Yesterday somebody asked...</b></i>   <i><b>Who are you?</b></i>   <i><b>People seemed to ask...where is he these days..</b></i>   <i><b>In this world full of questions...</b></i>   <i><b>I take care that nobody will ask any question..</b></i>   <i><b>I am the salvation.</b></i>   <i><b>I kill people.</b></i>  


The wife of Albert Constantin goes to visit her uncle, who is sick. Albert, (Fernandel), a clarinet player with the orchestra of the Théâtre du Châtelet finds himself alone for a week. Albert finds it hard to cope, being domestically inept, and his colleague in the orchestra, Émile, (Jean Rigaux), recommends he go to see Éva (Judith Magre). He, himself, sees her from time to time. At first hesitant, Albert goes to see the woman.

So much the worse for Albert. Éva is murdered, while he waits to see her in her living-room. Realising Éva is a prostitute he hurries away, only to read the next day of a murder and reports of a man running away, in a raincoat, from the scene of the crime. He soon finds himself dealing with a blackmailer, a neighbour of the murdered woman, Monsieur Raphaël (Bernard Blier), and professional killers. And so Albert is overtaken by a series of events that plunge him ever deeper into troubles.



  1. ^ Crowther, Bosley (1958-07-15). "Screen: Grisly Comedy; Man in the Raincoat' Stars Fernandel". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-05-17.

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