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OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies (6-Apr-2006)

Original Title: OSS 117: Le Caire, nid d'espions

Director: Michel Hazanavicius

Writers: Jean-Franšois Halin; Michel Hazanavicius

From novel: OSS 117 by Jean Bruce

Original Music: Ludovic Bource; Kamel Ech Cheikh

Producers: Eric Altmeyer; Nicolas Altmeyer

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Espionage, Nazis

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bérénice Bejo
7-Jul-1976   The Artist
Jean Dujardin
19-Jun-1972   The Artist


Jean Dujardin   ...   Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath
Berenice Bejo   ...   Larmina El Akmar Betouche
Aure Atika   ...   Princess Al Tarouk
Philippe Lefebvre   ...   Jack Jefferson
Constantin Alexandrov   ...   Setine
Sa´d Amadis   ...   Egyptian Minister
Laurent Bateau   ...   Gardenborough
Claude Brosset   ...   Patron
Franšois Damiens   ...   Raymond Pelletier
Youssef Hamid   ...   Imam
Khalid Maadour   ...   Follower
Arsene Mosca   ...   Loktar
Abdallah Moundy   ...   Slimane
Eric Prat   ...   Plantieux
Richard Sammel   ...   Moeller
Michael Hofland   ...   Von Umsprung
Jean-Franšois Halin   ...   Rubecht
Marc Bodnar   ...   Bar Owner
Bernard Nissile   ...   Man at Airport
Alain Khouani   ...   Receptionist
Diego Dieng   ...   Porter
Mouloud Ikhaddelene   ...   Princess's Thug
Hassan Chabaki   ...   Staff Assistant
Hedi Naili   ...   Muezzin
Choukri Gtari   ...   Flogger
Hafid F. Benamar   ...   Flogger's Friend
Jean-Marie Paris   ...   Khalid
Laura Schiffman   ...   Waitress
Roger To-Thanh-Hien   ...   Mandarin


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