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    Rabbi Jacob (Louis de Funès) raciste, moi - YouTube

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    This looks like a funny clip. Wish I had a better grip on spoken French.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotrodelectric View Post
    This looks like a funny clip. Wish I had a better grip on spoken French.
    Bill,

    It is part of the series "le gendarme', there are quite a few on you tube, always featuring interesting cars.

    Check this one out:

    LOUIS DE FUNES & LES GENDARMES SOEUR CLOTILDE EN 2CV - YouTube
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrisson_citroen View Post
    Bill,

    It is part of the series "le gendarme', there are quite a few on you tube, always featuring interesting cars.

    Check this one out:

    LOUIS DE FUNES & LES GENDARMES SOEUR CLOTILDE EN 2CV - YouTube
    I was sure the Bond flick "For Your Eyes Only" had an inspiration. Now I'm positive of it. I'll need to check out the series.

    By the way, something I saw on YouTube- but stupidly didn't bookmark- was a film clip of a traffic jam. Apparently this completely dead stopped KMs of cars were out on holiday. It finally finishes up at what is a relatively minor wreck. It was part of a French movie, but, of course, I can't find it again to save my life. Any ideas? I know it isn't "Traffic" (the one where the small manufacturer is trying desperately to get to the Paris Auto Show).
    The measure of your character isn't what you do when people are watching- it's what you do when they aren't watching.

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