Un monstre à Paris

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Un monstre à Paris movie poster.

Movie (2011)
Also known as: A Monster in Paris

Starring (french voices):
M, Matthieu Chedid (Francœur)
Vanessa Paradis (Lucille)
Gad Elmaleh (Raoul)
Ludivine Sagnier (Maud)

Raoul is a little bit too irresponsible : delivering a packet to a customer, he merged some potions which resulted in a gas eruption. A monster is born. Raoul must now help to protect this shy creature who charms the spectators of the singer Lucille.

Note: This is an animated film. The aircraft shown in it are therefore not actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.

Fictionnal Balloon

If the shape of the balloon itself is unrealistic, the gondola could be inspired by the dirigible of Dupuy de Lome. See the discussion tab.

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