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The film consists of three novels. The film begins with the fact that the Bernard Blier hero removes a lantern from the entrance to a brothel. The second part is about how the lantern and jewelery were stolen from a young baroness. And in the third part the hero of Louis de Funes hangs a lantern at the entrance to his house.

  1. Gilles Grangier

    Director

  2. Georges Lautner

    Director

  3. Albert Simonin

    Writer

  4. Michel Audiard

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Louis de Funès

    Louis de Funès

    Léon Haudepin

  2. Mireille Darc

    Mireille Darc

    Héloïse

  3. Bernard Blier

    Bernard Blier

    Mr Charles/Charles Labergerie/

  4. Jean Lefebvre

    Jean Lefebvre

    Léonard Maburon

  5. Philippe Castelli

    Philippe Castelli

    Le Narrateur

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How to Keep the Red Lamp Burning
How to Keep the Red Lamp Burning

Facts

Original Title Les Bons Vivants

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 11, 1965
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 40m

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