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Les aristocrates, Movie, 1955 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Aristocrats
  • Aristokraten (Germany)

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DidierF FR

2013-08-21 18:07

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Pierre Fresnay
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un film de Denys de la Patellière (who passed away on last July).

Classical drama with Brigitte Auber and Maurice Ronet.

And two American cars… a must have for the French bourgeoisie in the 50's, it seems.

A Cadillac, very far and uncomplete, and two other pieces of cars in the background aside, the film is complete.

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G-MANN UK

2013-08-21 19:44

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DidierF, the new Sixcyl:

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(car he tried to add)

:lol:

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DidierF FR

2013-08-21 19:54

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I bet you'll erase your comment in a few minutes…

Gamer DE

2013-08-21 20:08

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G-MANN wrote DidierF, the new Sixcyl:

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(car he tried to add)

:lol:

Error Peugeot 404 has occurred. :whistle: So what was in this pic?

DidierF FR

2013-08-21 20:14

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Gamer wrote
Error Peugeot 404 has occurred. :whistle: So what was in this pic?

It was a very beautiful and dramatic picture, with a tiny little 4CV in the upper right corner…

This, actually:
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chris40 UK

2013-08-21 20:45

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DidierF wrote And two American cars… a must have for the French bourgeoisie in the 50's, it seems.

Maybe ... as an early-teenage petrolhead I visited relations in the banlieue in 1953, and my impression was that most of the Yank tanks were either diplomatic or had red TT (duty-free) plates. I seem to remember that at some point in the 50s the French government imposed swingeing taxation on cars over 2 litres, meaning you had to be very rich to run one.

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