Incorrigible (film)

Incorrigible (French: L'incorrigible) is a 1975 French comedy film directed by Philippe de Broca and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Geneviève Bujold and Capucine.[2]

Directed byPhilippe de Broca
Produced by
Written byMichel Audiard
Based onA novel
by Alex Varoux
StarringJean-Paul Belmondo
Music byGeorges Delerue
CinematographyJean Penzer
Edited byFrancoise Javet
Release date
  • 1975 (1975) (France)
Running time
100 minutes
Box office$19.3 million[1]


Victor Vauthier, a lovable rogue and mythomaniac who does not want to give up his ways, leaves prison, causing great sadness to his guards, who had come to like him during his three-month imprisonment. He immediately pulls off a series of thefts and frauds. Meanwhile, he has to report to his parole officer, Marie-Charlotte Pontalec. Victor and Marie-Charlotte immediately hit it off. This does not prevent Victor, encouraged by his father figure, uncle Camille, from trying to profit from his proximity to Marie-Charlotte in order to steal a triptych by El Greco. The picture is located in the Senlis Museum, where Marie-Charlotte's father works as a custodian. However, she ends up figuring out Victor's plan.

Main cast


  1. Box office information for film at Box Office Story
  2. "L' INCORRIGIBLE (1975)". British Film Institute. Retrieved 18 December 2016.


The soundtrack was composed by Georges Delerue, and made available on CD by Music Box Records.[1]

  1. "L'Incorrigible • Va voir maman, papa travaille | CD | Georges DELERUE". Music Box Records. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
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