In 1930s France, Superintendent Larosière has a passion for beautiful women and solving cases, while hapless young inspector Lampion just tries to keep up. Later series, are set in the mid-'50s, where suave Commissioner Laurence unravels knotty crimes with the help of reporter Alice.Written by
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During the closing credit sequence in the first two episodes of the series, dialogue quotes from the episode, spoken by Larosière and Lampion, are replayed over the music. Beginning with the third episode, however, there are no longer any spoken lines heard over the end credits - the only audio is the theme music. See more »
First, for the answer to expectations. Because it is a real smart serie. Preserving the spirit of Agatha Christie, giving a seductive chain of stories and beautiful performances.And proposing an interesting humor and few clever used taboos. Commisaires and women. Cases and wise manner to solve them. Especially, the French flavor gives seduction to each episode. The result - almost fascinating, surrely charming.
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