Le gendarme et les gendarmettes
The Gendarme and the Gendarmettes (French: Le gendarme et les gendarmettes) is a 1982 French comedy film, and the sixth and last movie of the Gendarme series . It is the final film of both of its two directors, Jean Girault, and its lead actor Louis de Funès, both of which were involved in the franchise since its very first film in 1964.
|The Gendarme and the Gendarmettes (Never Play Clever Again)|
|Directed by||Jean Girault|
|Produced by||Gérard Beytout|
|Written by||Richard Balducci|
|Starring||Louis de Funès|
|Music by||Raymond Lefèvre|
|Box office||$31.6 million|
Four young beautiful female police officers come to learn from the "masters" but it turns out they are coping much better with the problem than their teachers. But things heat up when the "gendarmettes" are kidnapped one by one.
Auto stunt scene
Reminiscent of the motorcycle stunt driving scene in the 1968 installment Le gendarme se marie, France Rumilly featured again as the stunt driving nun, "Soeur Clotilde", this time in a spectacular and comedic scene, driving a Citroën 2CV, a year after James Bond drove a 2CV in For Your Eyes Only, but including the gag whereby the car breaks up in two pieces, and the driver continues driving the front-wheel drive front half of the car, three years before this gag is repeated by James Bond in a Renault 11, in the 1985 film A View to a Kill.