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An extremely funny film about a group of French rugby supporters who go to see a match at Twickenham and one of them inadvertently receives a blow in the mouth from someone else's elbow. In the process he loses some front teeth and needs to see a dentist urgently ... this is only the beginning of a long series of adventures befalling our poor friend who doesn't speak a word of English and who nevertheless needs to return urgently to France to get married in the following days sporting a decent mouth !

  1. Robert Dhéry

    Director, Writer

  2. Pierre Tchernia

    Director, Writer

  3. Jean L'Hôte


Top Billed Cast

  1. Robert Dhéry

    Robert Dhéry

    Henri Martineau

  2. Ronald Fraser

    Ronald Fraser

    Sergent Timothy Reagan

  3. Colette Brosset

    Colette Brosset

    Lady Yvette Brisburn 'Vévette'

  4. Bernard Cribbins

    Bernard Cribbins

    Bob, l'agent 202

  5. Mark Lester

    Mark Lester


Full Cast & Crew

The Counterfeit Constable
The Counterfeit Constable



Original Title Allez France !

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 21, 1964


Original Language French

Runtime 1h 38m

Budget -

Revenue -



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