Carom Shots

(1963)

Overview

Paul Martin is the subservient brown-nosing youngster who needs quick advancement up the hierarchy to pay for the modern lifestyle he is buying on credit. Seeing that marrying his immediate superior's daughter will not get him the results he wants, he begins plotting the demise of the head of the company. The company itself specializes in holiday travel and unscrupulously brutalizes its customers for maximum profit, spending more thought on publicity gimmicks than customer service...

  1. Marcel Bluwal

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Louis de Funès

    Louis de Funès

    Norbert Charolais

  2. Jean-Claude Brialy

    Jean-Claude Brialy

    Paul Martin

  3. Michel Serrault

    Michel Serrault

    Le commissaire Baudu

  4. Sophie Daumier

    Sophie Daumier

    Solange

  5. Alain Delon

    Alain Delon

    M. Lambert

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Carom Shots
Carom Shots

Facts

Original Title Carambolages

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 11, 1963
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 28m

Budget -

Revenue -

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Content Score

93

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