Last Known Address

Last Known Address (French: Dernier domicile connu) is a 1970 French-Italian film directed by José Giovanni. This movie is based on the eponymous novel The Last Known Address by Joseph Harrington.

Last Known Address
Directed byJosé Giovanni
Produced byJacques Bar
Written byJosé Giovanni
StarringLino Ventura
Marlène Jobert
Music byFrançois de Roubaix
CinematographyÉtienne Becker
Release date
  • 1970 (1970)
Running time
102 minutes

Its theme tune, composed by François de Roubaix, has subsequently been sampled in several songs, such as All n My Grill by Missy Elliott and Supreme by Robbie Williams.


Marceau Léonetti (Lino Ventura), a competent and energetic officer stops by chance the son of an influential lawyer driving under the influence of alcohol. A few months later, the lawyer falsely accuses Léonetti as being violent and incompetent. As a result Marceau is transferred to a small police station, where he meets young and beautiful Jeanne (Marlène Jobert). Soon they are faced with a tough investigation.


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