Henri Schmitt


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Mon Oncle (1958) - Un Film De Jacques Tati A not inconsiderable portion of invention and tone setting just in the title sequence, from Jacques Tati's second film starring himself as "Mr. Hulot," Mon Oncle, 1958, winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Mon Oncle (1958) - He Simply Won't Obey The modern house now famous as writer, director and star Jacques Tati's "Villa Arpel" is central, as Gerard (Alain Becourt) is delivered by his uncle (Tati), while mother (Adrienne Servantie) entertains before father (Jean-Pierre Zola) gets home, in Mon Oncle, 1958.
Mon Oncle (1958) - Now That His Uncle Is Free Writer, director, and title character Jacques Tati is home with the family, having been sacked from the job Arpel (Jean-Pierre Zola) got him, now nominated by his sister, Mrs. Arpel (Adrienne Servantie) to watch over her son, his nephew, Gerard (Alain Becourt), with famous bumbling, in Mon Oncle, 1958.
Mon Oncle (1958) - Thank You, Mr. Hulot Having been visible but not identifiable in a couple of early shots, writer, director and star Jacques Tati here introduces himself as Mr. Hulot, the title character, and his house, which is also a character, and Betty (Betty Schneider), his landlord's niece, early in Mon Oncle, 1958.
Mr. Hulot's Holiday - Visiting Martine Mr. Hulot (director & star Jacques Tati) makes a hash of waiting for his date, the fetching Martine (Nathalie Pascaud) in Mr. Hulot's Holiday, 1953.
Mr. Hulot's Holiday - Tennis Mr. Hulot (director & star Jacques Tati) fashions a hat from a newspaper and undertakes to play tennis, to the amusement of Martine (Nathalie Pascaud) in Mr. Hulot's Holiday, 1953.
Mr. Hulot's Holiday - Beach Mr. Hulot (director & star Jacques Tati) attempts to defend the honor of Martine (Nathalie Pascaud) then causes a panic at the beach in Mr. Hulot's Holiday, 1953.
Mr. Hulot's Holiday - Hotel Mr. Hulot (director & star Jacques Tati) arrives at his beach hotel, causing trouble for the proprietor (Lucien Fregis) and all concerned in Mr. Hulot's Holiday, 1953.

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