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The Troops of St. Tropez

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The Troops of St. Tropez
Le gendarme de St. Tropez.jpg
Film Poster
Directed byJean Girault
Produced bySNC
Franca Films
Written byRichard Balducci
Jean Girault
Jacques Vilfrid
StarringLouis de Funès
Geneviève Grad
Michel Galabru
Jean Lefebvre
Christian Marin
Music byRaymond Lefèvre
Distributed bySNC
Release date
  • 9 September 1964 (1964-09-09)
Running time
95 minutes
CountriesFrance
Italy
LanguageFrench
Box office7,809,517 admissions (France)[1]

The Troops of St. Tropez (French: Le Gendarme de Saint-Tropez; literally The Policeman from Saint-Tropez) is a 1964 French comedy film set in Saint-Tropez, a fashionable resort on the French Riviera. Starring Louis de Funès as Ludovic Cruchot of the gendarmerie, the film is the first in the <i>Gendarme</i> series, and spawned five sequels.

Plot

Current view of Saint-Tropez port, site of arrival sequence in film, with much plot action filmed there.

Ludovic Cruchot (played by Louis de Funès), a highly uptight gendarme in a small French village, has been reassigned to the seaside commune of Saint-Tropez under the orders of command sergeant major Gerber (played by Michel Galabru), who takes no lip from his outspoken new subordinate. In addition, his daughter Nicole quickly adapts to the life in the city and, much to Cruchot's traditional-minded chagrin, begins to mix with the local carefree youths who often blatantly defy her father's official authority.

Soon, the gendarmes find themselves confronted with a major problem: a group of persistent nudists. Any attempts to arrest them in flagrante delicto is foiled by a lookout; but after several failures, Cruchot manages to hatch a master plan and succeeds in getting all the nude swimmers arrested.

Later, Cruchot discovers that his daughter and her boyfriend have stolen and crashed an expensive Mustang sports car into a ditch. Unbeknown to any of them, the car belongs to a gang of robbers who have stolen a Rembrandt painting, which is still in the trunk. Cruchot manages to get the car out, but realizes that the objects he threw out of the car to fix a puncture, including the painting, are valuable items.

The man who pretends to own the painting then kidnaps Cruchot, but Nicole and her friends knock out the group that kidnapped her father, and the painting is returned to its rightful owner.

Cast

Reception

Mustang similar to that in film
Mustang similar to that in film

The film was the most popular movie at the French box office in 1964.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "1964 French box office". Box Office Story. Retrieved 28 August 2016.

External links


This page was last edited on 12 May 2021, at 02:50
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