Tourments

Tourments English: Agonies, is a French drama film from 1954, directed by Jacques Daniel-Norman, written by Jacques Daniel-Norman, starring Paul Azaïs and Louis de Funès.[1]

Tourments
Directed byJacques Daniel-Norman
Produced byVasco Films
Written byJacques Daniel-Norman
Pierre Maudru
StarringPaul Azaïs
Louis de Funès
Music byPaul Misraki
CinematographyRoger Fellous
Edited byNicole Marko
Distributed byMondial Films
Release date
23 April 1954 (France)
Running time
115 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Plot

Jean-Jacques and Anne-Marie have adopted little Jean-Claude. The small family lives happily until the child's real mother decides she wants the boy back. She assigns a ruthless private detective to kidnap Jean-Claude.

Cast

  • Paul Azaïs : father Bizule, security guard of a construction site
  • Louis de Funès : Eddy Gorlier, private detective
  • Tino Rossi : Jean-Jacques Duflot, called: Tony Caylor, a once famous singer
  • Blanchette Brunoy : Anne-Marie Duflot, wife of Jean-Jacques
  • Jacqueline Porel : Simone Rebeira, Jean-Claude's real mother
  • Charles Deschamps : Monsieur de Vandière, Anne-Marie's father
  • Claudy Chapeland : Jean-Claude Duflot, the little boy
  • Raymond Cordy : Jo Braitone
  • Andrée Servilange : Madame of Prinjelles, head of the orphanage
  • Renée Corciade : Madame Prestat
  • Jean Berton : Victor, the majordomo

References


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