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]

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


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.


  • 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


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