What's Cooking in Paris (1966) - Rotten Tomatoes

What's Cooking in Paris (1966)





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Septime (Louis De Funes) is the owner of a posh French restaurant in Paris who is afraid of his temperamental cooks but who takes his frustrations out on his other employees. When a visiting ambassador is kidnapped from the restaurant, Septime is accused of being an accomplice in the abduction. This sets the scene for some well-staged auto chases over snow-covered mountains. One car flips over but is able to make it down the mountain because skis are attached to the rooftop rack of the vehicle. De Funes adds his own flair of irascible, self-depreciating humor that is the highlight of this comedy spy adventure.

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Louis de Funès
as Mon. Septime
Bernard Blier
as le commissaire
Noël Roquevert
as le ministre
Folco Lulli
as Novales
Robert Dalban
as le conspirateur francais
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Audience Reviews for What's Cooking in Paris

R.I.P Louis de Funès. He was one of the funniest dwarf I enjoyed on TV.

Wahida K
Wahida K

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Louis de Funes is good as usual, didn't like the plot on this one though.

Stefan P
Stefan P

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