You Won't Have Alsace-Lorraine Trailer

You Won't Have Alsace-Lorraine Trailer (1977)

19 October 1977 Comedy 92 mins

Whilst King Gros Pif I amuses himself at debauched banquets, his musketeers pursue their tax-collecting duties with a malicious zeal. Goaded by the court jester (who is also the Queen’s lover), the ministers decide to put an end to this regime and have the King locked up. Hearing the news, the famous Chevalier Blanc comes to his rescue. Aided by the knight and his cousin Lucienne, the King flees to Flanders, where he devises a scheme to win him back the throne of France...

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Cast

Coluche

as Le roi Gros Pif

Dominique Lavanant

as La reine Madeleine

Anémone

as La cousine Lucienne

Martin Lamotte

as Le bouffon

Michel Blanc

as Antremont

Roland Giraud

as Le duc d'Orléans

Gérard Jugnot

as Le premier capitaine des mousquetaires

Gérard Lanvin

as Le chevalier blanc

Thierry Lhermitte

as Le héraut d'armes

Marie-Anne Chazel

as La reine de Flandre

Crew

Coluche

Director

International Releases Dates

France 19 October 1977

United States 11 November 1977

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