Adhémar ou le jouet de la fatalité

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Adhémar ou le jouet de la fatalité movie poster .

Movie (1951)

Fernandel (Adhémar Pomme)
Jacqueline Pagnol (La marchande de fleurs)
Bernadette Lange (Clémentine)
Meg Lemonnier (La garde de nuit)
Sophie Mallet (La bonne de l'asile)
Maximilienne (La soeur du Marquis)

Is it because his father was a groom that Adhémar Pomme has a long horse head and a horse- toothed smile? Maybe but the fact is that his head has invariably caused laughter whatever the circumstances, which is the tragedy of his life. After having worked as an undertaker, a theater prompter, a casino bouncer, and so on, and failing at each job, he applies out of desperation to an institution where those rejected for physical reasons can hide and live together. But Adhémar immediately starts... laughing at them and gets kicked out as a result! In the end though, he finds his way as a circus artist.

Lockheed L-749A Constellation

The first four Air France’s Constellations, F-BAZA to F-BAZD were L-049, sold to TWA in 1950. So this one must be the following versions L-749A which entered service in early 1950 (F-BAZE to F-BAZZ).

Lockheed L-749A Constellation of Air France.
Lockheed L-749A Constellation of Air France.
Lockheed L-749A Constellation of Air France.

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