Le Tracassin

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Le Tracassin ou Les Plaisirs de la ville is a French film directed by Alex Joffé, released in 1961.[1]


The stress of urban living, a new baby and problems with his desire to move in with the beautiful Juliette push André to take too many euphoric pills made in the laboratory where he is employed.[2]


Source: IMDb[1]


Source: IMDb[1]

About the film[edit]

  • The rarely used word "tracassin", was reactivated by Charles de Gaulle in a speech on 2 October 1961.[3]


  • Le Prix Courteline de l'humour cinématographique 1961 was awarded to Bourvil for his interpretation of "tracassé".[4]

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