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This is a great comedy !!! History is treaded but comedy is the Queen. Coluche wrote History with his own personal point of view and tell us the adventure of The White Horseman under the Reign of King Gros Pif Ier (As King Big Nose Ist)........ We find a lot of good french actors as Gerard Lanvin, Michel Blanc, Anemone, Coluche himself, Rolang Giraud, ... There are stupid but mirth-provoking gags every minute... Song of White Horseman is really good and Coluche's dialogues are really funny (see the scene of the attempt against the king, one of the best) One of the best french comedy of the 70's !!!!!!!!! Really.
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