Les grandes vacances (film)

Les grandes vacances is a FrenchItalian comedy movie from 1967, directed by Jean Girault, written by Jean Girault, and starring by Louis de Funès.[2]

For the unrelated 1940 novel by Francis Ambrière see Les grandes vacances
Les grandes vacances
Directed byJean Girault
Produced byCopernic film
Written byJean Girault
Jacques Vilfrid
StarringLouis de Funès
Music byRaymond Lefevre
Release date
  • 1 December 1967 (1967-12-01)
Running time
85 minutes
CountryFrance/Italy
LanguageFrench/English
Box office$52.4 million [1]

Plot

Charles Bosquier is the dictatorial headmaster of a French school. One of his own sons miserably failed his exams, so he sends him to England as exchange student.

Cast

  • Louis de Funès : M. Charles Bosquier
  • Claude Gensac : Mme Isabelle Bosquier
  • Ferdy Mayne : Mac Farrell
  • Martine Kelly : Shirley Mac Farrell
  • Olivier de Funès : Gérard Bosquier
  • François Leccia : Philippe Bosquier
  • Maurice Risch : Stéphane Michonnet
  • Jean-Pierre Bertrand : Christian, a friend of Philippe
  • René Bouloc : Bargin, the pupil who leaves with Philippe
  • Jacques Dublin : Claude, a friend of Philippe
  • Dominique Maurin : Michel, a friend of Philippe
  • Bernard Le Coq : Jean-Christophe

References

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