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L'aile ou la cuisse

Author: Christian FechnerClaude ZidiMichel FabreLouis de FunèsColucheAll authors
Publisher: [Boulogne-Billancourt] : StudioCanal Vidéo, ©2002.
Series: Collection Louis de Funès.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Charles Duchemin is France's most reputed culinary expert, an esteemed food critic and author of the best-selling Duchemin restaurant guide. He is about to be received into the Académie Française and plans to retire, intending that his son Gérard will continue his work. Unfortunately, Gérard's sole ambition is to be a comedian and, without his father knowing, he works part-time as a clown in a travelling  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Christian Fechner; Claude Zidi; Michel Fabre; Louis de Funès; Coluche; Ann Zacharias; Julien Guiomar; StudioCanal Vidéo.
OCLC Number: 123797299
Language Note: Orginal soundtrack in French; optional dubbed English & Italian soundtracks.
Notes: 2002 French DVD release of 1976 film.
Special features include: photo gallery, "Making of...", filmographies, etc.
Credits: Director of photography, Claude Renoir ; editors, Robert and Monique Isnardon ; music, Vladimir Cosma.
Cast: Louis de Funès, Coluche, Ann Zacharias, Julien Guiomar.
Target Audience: "Tous publics" (France).
Description: 1 DVD (105 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD 9; Region 2; PAL; screen ratio: 2.35:1; original mono sound.
Series Title: Collection Louis de Funès.
Responsibility: Christian Fechner présente ... un film de Claude Zidi ; scénario et dialogues de Claude Zidi ; avec la collaboration de Michel Fabre.

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Charles Duchemin is France's most reputed culinary expert, an esteemed food critic and author of the best-selling Duchemin restaurant guide. He is about to be received into the Académie Française and plans to retire, intending that his son Gérard will continue his work. Unfortunately, Gérard's sole ambition is to be a comedian and, without his father knowing, he works part-time as a clown in a travelling circus. Duchemin's mortal enemy is Jacques Tricatel, the supermarket magnate who is planning to open a chain of fast-food restaurants. When he hears about this, Duchemin agrees to appear on a chat show with Tricatel in order to expose him as an enemy of French cuisine. However, before the show goes out Duchemin loses his sense of taste and Tricatel discovers his son's secret pastime.

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