Under the reign of Napoleon, François Vidocq, the only man who escaped from the greatest penal colony of the country, is a legend of the low-Parisian fund. Left for dead after his last ...
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Cécile de France,
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Under the reign of Napoleon, François Vidocq, the only man who escaped from the greatest penal colony of the country, is a legend of the low-Parisian fund. Left for dead after his last spectacular escape, the ex-penal colony prisoner tries to make him forget under the traits of a single trader.Written by
Hugo Van Herpe
In cinema, the character of Eugène-François Vidocq has been worn several times on the screen, as for example in the silent film Vidocq (1911) by Gérard Bourgeois, Vidocq (1939) by Jacques Daroy, Scandal in Paris (1946) Douglas Sirk, Lucien Ganier-Raymond's Le Cavalier de Croix-Mort (1947), Claude Autant-Lara's Count of Monte Cristo (1961) and Pitof's Vidocq (2001). See more »
Please Mr Jean Francois Richet help rebuild the Cathedral by announcing that you would be willing to share some of the upcoming Blue Ray sell profits of the Emperor of Paris. Such a good Movie for Paris and the world to see!
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