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US News Monsieur Verdoux (Ciné + Classic) The farewell of Charlin

18:40  18 september  2021
18:40  18 september  2021 Source:   programme-television.org

Paris. Four consecutive days at more than 30 ° C in September, historical temperatures according to the weather France

 Paris. Four consecutive days at more than 30 ° C in September, historical temperatures according to the weather France © Franck Dubray / West-France Champs Elysees, Paris. strong heat are recorded in Paris, where temperatures have been exceeding 30 ° C for four consecutive days, starting in Sunday, September 5th. This meteorological situation has not occurred in September from the post-war period, according to Weather France. Temperatures exceed 30 ° C to Paris since Sunday, September 5th.

Ciné + Classic broadcasts this Saturday night Monsieur Verdoux, a dramatic comedy taken by a Charlie Chaplin away from his character of Charlot ...

Ciné+ Classic diffuse ce samedi soir Monsieur Verdoux, une comédie dramatique emmenée par un Charlie Chaplin loin de son personnage de Charlot... © 1947 Charles Chaplin Productions Ciné + Classic broadcasts this Saturday night Verdoux, a dramatic comedy taken by a Charlie Chaplin away from his character from Charlot ...

An unemployed person throws himself in business using the money of the rich widows he has married before to kill them without a witness.

With this black comedy, written from an idea of ​​Orson Welles, Chaplin separates from his vagabond to the tender heart to put on Henri Verdoux's costume, a ladie killer in the impeccable ways, inspired by Landru. Appointed to the Oscars in 1948, the film is exhausted by the American press, hostile to the Creator, accused of being communist. After an exile of twenty years, Chaplin will come back, in 1972, to receive an Oscar d'Honor and a standing ovation of twelve minutes.

Mr. Verdoux: Saturday, September 18 at 8:50 pm on Ciné + Classic

Isabelle Magnier

"No": Jean-Jacques Goldman closes the door to a return on stage .
© Agency / Bestimage "No": Jean-Jacques Goldman Closes the door to a return on stage This Wednesday, September 23, Laurent Dehousse dedicates his Magazine "one day, a destiny" to the mythical Jean-Jacques Goldman. According to his loved ones, the singer will never go back on stage. Your Browser Does Not Support This Video In the early 2000s , Jean-Jacques Goldman inflamed the public with his songs and show: In the room, the scene rises to nearly 90 degrees, the singer and his musicians.

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