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french films > Don't Look Now, We've Been Shot at (La Grande Vadrouille)
La Grande Vadrouille
Don't Look Now, We've Been Shot at (La Grande Vadrouille)
cast: Bourvil, Louis De Funès, Claudio Brook
director: Gérard Oury
For over forty years (until 2008, when Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis attracted over 20,000,000 cinema-goers), La Grande Vadrouille was the most successful French film in France, topping the box office with over 17,200,000 viewers in cinemas. It remains the third most successful film ever in France, of any nationality, behind the 1997 version of Titanic, and Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis.
Summer 1941. Over German Nazi occupied France, a Royal Air Force Lancaster becomes lost after a mission and is shot down over Paris by German flak. The crew, Reginald, Peter Cunningham and Alan MacIntosh, parachute out over the city. They are hidden by a house painter, Augustin Bouvet, and the grumbling conductor of the Opéra National de Paris, Stanislas Lefort. Involuntarily, Lefort and Bouvet get themselves involved in the manhunt against the aviators led by Wehrmacht Major Aschbach. They have to help the airmen to go back to England with the help of Resistance fighters and sympathizers.
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