Original poster from the French film Ni vu ni connu, directed by Yves Robert in 1958 with Louis de Funès, drawn by Bertand.
" Viens Ici, Fout Le Camp ", that's the name of Léon Blaireau's dog played by Louis de Funès. The tone is set for this French comedy directed in 1958 by Yves Robert. Four years after his first feature film, That's all men think aboutYves Robert returned to de Funès, where he offered him a leading role a few years before the explosion of his career. He was surrounded by some of the great names of French comedy cinema of the time such as Moustache, Pierre Mondy and the young Claude Rich.
Inspired by the novel The Badger Case by Alphonse Allais published in 1899 in La Revue blancheThe screenplay is adapted to the rural world of the 1950s and offers a zany and surrealist black and white film set in the quietest village in France: Montpaillard.
|Neither seen nor known
|Country of the film
|Country of the poster
|Actors and/or actresses
|Louis de Funès, Moustache, Noëlle Adam, Claude Rich
|Actual size (inches)
|120 x 180