Le Gourou Occidental Trailer

Le Gourou Occidental Trailer (1993)

03 February 1993

André Doirmot, colloquially called "the father André," is the quack of Montgarçin village and its surroundings. Well known and appreciated by all, he continued the family tradition. André will be required to treat and cure the leader of a Japanese trust and his nephew. The Japanese then decided to market a new product: the elixir of Father Andrew. The figure of the brave French peasant invaded the screens, posters are put up, the commercials are made in Japanese, English, American, Arabic and even Russian! But father André lost his beautiful serenity.

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Cast

Jean Lefebvre

as André Gachot

Crew

International Releases Dates

France 03 February 1993

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