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Mister Peek-a-Boo

Mister Peek-a-Boo

A Feature film by Jean Boyer

Produced by Cité Films, Silver Films, Fides

Release in France : 04/04/1951

    Synopsis

    A simple civil servant Léon, who has the unusual ability to walk through walls, falls madly in love with a hotel thief by the name of Susan. He poses as Garou-Garou, a dangerous gangster to attempt to woo her affections, but is arrested and sent to jail. While in jail he annoys the guards by walking in and out of his cell, and keeps persuading Susan to cease her criminal way of life. As fundamentally being an honest and law-abiding citizen, he eventually handles back everything he has stolen, is acquitted by the court, and becomes famous and respected. When he learns that Susan is planning to return to England and start a new life, he decides to confess to her his emotions. However, the couple is interrupted by a sudden rush of journalists. Trying to escape in a building, they get cornered on a corridor, and Léon pushes Susan through a nearby wall. But by doing this, he loses his own wall-walking ability, and the film concludes.

    Source : Wikipedia

    Actors (28)

    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producers :

    Cité Films, Silver Films, Fides

    French distribution :

    Les Films Corona

    TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

    TV broadcasts: details by country

    Subject

    Le Passe-muraille launched the film career of its star, Bourvil, who at the time was only known as a stage comic and singer. Bourvil plays the character of Léon, an ordinary man of the street with particular affection for women, especially Joan Greenwood's character, Susan.

    The film is noted for its surprising quality of the special effects which were in their infancy at the time this film was made. The film was released in black and white although a colour version of the film also exists.

    Source : Wikipedia

    Full credits (11)

    Assistant directors :

    Jean Bastia, Gérard Ducaux-Rupp

    Dialogue Writer :

    Michel Audiard

    Producers :

    Jacques Bar, Robert Dorfmann

    Sound Recordist :

    Tony Leenhardt

    Editor :

    Fanchette Mazin

    Music Composer :

    Georges Van Parys

    Adapters/dialogue writers :

    Michel Audiard, Jean Boyer

    Author of original work :

    Marcel Aymé

    Director of Photography :

    Charles Suin

    Production Manager :

    Jacques Bar

    Production Designers :

    Robert Giordani, Jean Mandaroux

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Comedy, Fantasy

    Production language :

    French

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French

    Production year :

    1950

    French release :

    04/04/1951

    Runtime :

    1 h 30 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    10401

    Visa issue date :

    16/03/1951

    Approval :

    Unknown

    Production formats :

    35mm

    Color type :

    Black & White

    Aspect ratio :

    1.37

    Audio format :

    Mono