The Man in the Raincoat

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The Man in the Raincoat (French: L'Homme à l'imperméable) is a French-Italian comedy-thriller film directed by Julien Duvivier, scripted by the director and René Barjavel, from the 1954 novel Tiger by the Tail by James Hadley Chase. read more

The Man in the Raincoat (French: L'Homme à l'imperméable) is a French-Italian comedy-thriller film directed by Julien Duvivier, scripted by the director and René Barjavel, from the 1954 novel Tiger by the Tail by James Hadley Chase. It was released in 1957 and shown at the 7th Berlin International Film Festival in competition for the Golden Bear. It stars Fernandel, (with whom Duvivier had made two successful Don Camillo films earlier in the 1950s), and Bernard Blier.

Original Release

02/22/1957

Cast

Fernandel Albert Constantin
Jacques Duby Maurice Langlois
Jean Rigaux Émile Blondeau
Judith Magre Éva
Florian
John McGiver O'Brien
Guy Henry
Bernard Blier M. Raphaël
Julien Bertheau Le metteur en scène (as Julien Bertheau sociétaire de la Comédie Française)
Bernard Musson
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Julien Duvivier

Writers

James Hadley Chase, René Barjavel, Julien Duvivier

Cast

Producers

Walter Rupp Executive Producer
Jacques Bar Producer
Giancarlo Cappelli Producer

Editors

Marthe Poncin

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