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The Mouse That Roared, Movie, 1959 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Jale, DidierF

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Also known as:

  • Die Maus, die brüllte (Germany)
  • Un golpe de gracia (Spain)
  • Hiiri joka murisi (Finland)
  • La souris qui rugissait (France)
  • Il ruggito del topo (Italy)
  • Mysz, która ryknęła (Poland)
  • Musen som röt (Sweden)

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Jale PL

2009-10-26 10:48

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ingo DE

2009-10-26 10:49

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@Jale: :beer: many thanks for listing this movie, I love it very much! :king:

Yes, it very old-style and fussy, but great at all.

DidierF FR

2015-03-19 00:39

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Time tagged.

I couldn't help but see an other car with a [*][*] part, a Humber Pullman I think.

There is also a [*][*] coach at 00:45:16 — the story says it's in France but the scene is made in England (but it could be a 'French' back-projection). For quizz amateur only, I guess:
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A final word with what is to me the best gag of the film: there is this interruption of the final chase, at 01:08:40, with a voice over warning…
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« This, gentlemen, is not the end of our film. However something very much like this could happen at any moment. We just thought we had to prepare you and more or less put you in the mood. Thank you. And now back to our story. »

(Both a gag and 'the message' of the movie.)

-- Last edit: 2015-03-19 00:46:07

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