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Return of the Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe

Return of the Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe ★★½ Le Retour du Grand Blond 1974

Sequel to 1972's “The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe.” Again a “klutz” is mistaken for a master spy and becomes unknowingly involved in the world of international intrigue. In French with English subtitles. Not quite as good as the original. 84m/C VHS . FR Pierre Richard, Mireille Darc, Michel Duchaussoy, Jean Rochefort, Jean Carmet; D: Yves Robert; W: Francis Veber; M: Vladimir Cosma.

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