Nicolas Le Floch (2008– )
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Le fantôme de la rue Royale 

Paris is celebrating the Dauphin's coming of age. A grand gala is organized in honor of this royal event and the Provost Marshal is charged with watching over the festivities instead of ... See full summary »

Director:

Nicolas Picard (as Nicolas Picard-Dreyfuss)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jérôme Robart Jérôme Robart ... Nicolas Le Floch
Mathias Mlekuz Mathias Mlekuz ... Inspecteur Bourdeau
Vimala Pons ... La Satin
François Caron François Caron ... M. de Sartine
Vincent Winterhalter Vincent Winterhalter ... Docteur Semacgus
Jean-Marie Winling Jean-Marie Winling ... M. de Noblecourt
Claire Nebout Claire Nebout ... La Paulet
Michaël Abiteboul Michaël Abiteboul ... Charles-Henri Sanson
Marie Verdi Marie Verdi ... Catherine
Pierre Remund Pierre Remund ... Le Roi
Jules Sadoughi Jules Sadoughi ... L'enfant
Max Morel Max Morel ... Tire-Pot
Jacques Collard Jacques Collard ... Le vieil huissier
Sophie Fougère Sophie Fougère ... La servante de la Satin
Grégory Givernaud Grégory Givernaud ... L'assistant-exempt
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Storyline

Paris is celebrating the Dauphin's coming of age. A grand gala is organized in honor of this royal event and the Provost Marshal is charged with watching over the festivities instead of Monsieur de Sartine. Nicolas Le Floch is worried and it is not long before his concerns are proven to be well founded: a massacre mars the revelry. At the scene of the incident, Bourdeau, Le Floch's deputy, is drawn to the corpse of a young woman. The victim seems to have been strangled and Nicolas has her taken to the Basse Geôle for an autopsy. Monsieur de Sartine orders him to investigate. Written by Happy_Evil_Dude

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

23 October 2009 (France) See more »

Filming Locations:

Senlis, Oise, France See more »

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Alternate Versions

Presented alternately as a single 98 minute episode or in two parts roughly 50 minutes long. See more »

Connections

Edited from Versailles, la visite (1999) See more »

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