Monsieur Gangster (1963) Georges Lautner

Monsieur Gangster (1963)
aka Les tontons flingueurs
Genre: Comedy | Action | Crime
Country: France | Italy | West Germany | Director: Georges Lautner
Language: French | Subtitles: English & French
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Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.66:1 | Length: 110mn
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Ex-gangster Fernand (Lino Ventura) receives a call from a dying friend, a mob boss nicknamed "The Mexican". The doomed mobster talks Fernand into taking care of some criminal business and looking after his soon-to-be-married daughter. When a longtime mobster heavy, Volfoni takes exception to Fernand for being an outsider, they come after Fernand who is equal to the task. He defends himself in a series of comical killings from the onslaught of the mob.
 Monsieur Gangster (1963) 

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2 Response to "Monsieur Gangster (1963) Georges Lautner"

  1. jjr4 says:

    Thank you for this series of french comedy postings. I'm commenting on this one because this movie has a cult status in France. the title, literally translated, is "shooting uncles", and believe it or not is basically true to the content. You should watch this for the comedic know-how of director Georges lautner, for an incredible cast of acting greats (vetura flier blanche lefevre dalian rich venation venantini...) but especially because it made its dialogs writer: Michel Audiard to the top of french popular culture. Every french person over twenty knows at least one line from this movie. So don't hesitate and i hope you'll enjoy.

    jjr4 says:

    sorry for the auto correct on actors names, it should read: Ventura, Blier, Blanche, Lefevre, Dalban, Rich, Venantino Venantini...
    And once more thanks for the post.

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