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Voici le Temps des Assassins (1957) Julien Duvivier; Jean Gabin, Daniele Delorme
Voici le Temps des Assassins (1957) Julien Duvivier; Jean Gabin, Daniele Delorme


 
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This is a region-free DVD-R without case or artwork.

In French with English subtitles.

Jean Gabin stars in Voici le Temps des Assassins (Deadlier Than the Male)as Chatelin, a soft-spoken, middle-aged restauranteur. His life is unexpectedly complicated when Catherine (Daniele Delorme), the daughter of his ex-wife, pays a visit. Catherine tells Chatelin that her mother is dead, and that she's all alone in the world. The good-hearted Chatelin comes to regret his decision to allow the girl to stay when it develops that she's not only a liar, but a psychotic, who plans to murder him. Voici le Temps des Assassins was released in the US as Deadlier Than the Male.

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5 of 5 June 6, 2022
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5 of 5 one of the greatest November 29, 2019
Reviewer: Carl Hinrichs from Fleetwood, PA United States  
This is  undoubtedly one of the greatest films ever made!

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5 of 5 Voici le Temps des Assassins (1957) September 16, 2018
Reviewer: paul zaich from Stockton, CA United States  
It was difficult to locate this movie on DVD with English subtitles. Picture quality is very good.

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5 of 5 Voici Le Temps des Assassins (1957) November 23, 2014
Reviewer: Jefty from the Black Board from Charlotte, NC United States  
The film is a revelation...not only for the great Paris market scenes around Gabin's Restaurant but the for the role of Catherine(Delorme).  None of the American Femme Fatales including Marie Windsor as Mrs  Peaty( The Killing)  Diane Jessup (Jean Peters) " Angel Face" or even Phyllis Dietrichson( Barbara Stanwyck) "Double Indemnity"  have anything on the embodiment of pernicious evil that is Catherine who has become the instrument, the lethal puppet of her world weary and warped slattern of a mother,  Gabrielle , equally well played by Lucienne Bogaert.

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5 of 5 Tasty Noir June 17, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Against the backdrop of the lamented Paris Halles and a bustling restaurant (a character in itself) frequented by everyone from the President de la République to market porters, a chilling and hyper-misogynistic noir. Delicious (and great print quality lets you savor the details).

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