Fantomas 1960s Collection (Fantomas / Fantomas Unleashed / Fantomas vs. Scotland Yard) (DVD)

Directed by Andre Hunebelle

Release Year: 1964
Running Time: 322
UPC: 7 38329 23375 4
Optional English Subtitles: Yes
Color Type: Color
Country: France
Language: English
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Cast
Jean Marais
Louis de Funès
Mylène Demongeot
Jacques Dynam
Robert Dalban
Marie-Hélène Arnaud

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Directed by Andre Hunebelle

Pierre Souvestre’s Fantômas was originally adapted for the screen by legendary filmmaker Louis Feuillade (Les vampires) in 1913. André Hunebelle (OSS 117: Mission for a Killer) introduced a revamped and modernized version of Fantômas to the 1960s OSS 117 and 007 audience. All three films starred the great Jean Marais (Jean Cocteau’s Beauty and the Beast) as Fantômas, a criminal mastermind and man of a thousand faces. The three films co-starred Louis de Funès as Le commissaire Juve, Mylène Demongeot as Hélène, Jacques Dynam as L’inspecteur Bertrand and Robert Dalban as Le directeur du journal. The first film, Fantomas (Fantômas), was released in 1964, followed by Fantomas Unleashed (Fantômas se déchaîne) in 1965 and Fantomas vs. Scotland Yard (Fantômas contre Scotland Yard) in 1967. All three films were beautifully shot in ’Scope, the first two in Eastmancolor and the finale in Technicolor.


DVD Extras Include:

Audio Commentary by Film Historian Tim Lucas (Fantomas '64)

Trailers for Fantomas

Fantomas Unleashed

Fantomas vs. Scotland Yard

OSS 117 Is Unleashed

OSS 117: Panic in Bangkok

OSS 117: Mission For a Killer

The Sicilian Clan


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