What is the duration of Le casse?
The duration of Le casse is 2 hours.
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The cast of Le casse des casses - 2014 includes: Laetitia Bisch as Charlotte Noemie Bousquainaud as Lise Laurent Petitguillaume as Le gendarme Philippe Vasseur as Ludo
The cast of Le bal des casse-pieds - 1992 includes: Isabelle Alexis Guy Bedos as Germain Michel Caccia as Jean-Maurice Jean Carmet as M. Vandubas Sandrine Caron Luc Distelmans… Morgan Fornes Sabine Heraud as Uncredited Elzbieta Karkoszka as Mme Groboniek Victor Lanoux as Frank Odette Laure as Mme Vandubas Eric Le Roch Catriona MacColl Wojciech Pszoniak as Groboniek Yves Robert Jean Rochefort as Henri Sauveur Julie Timmerman Patrick Timsit as Le normal Jean Yanne as H 33
The cast of Le casse - 1971 includes: Dyan Cannon as Lena Robert Duranton as Johnny Steve Eckardt as Malloch Myriam Feune de Colombi as Isabelle Tasco Robert Hossein as Ralph …Renato Salvatori as Renzi Omar Sharif as Abel Zacharia Pamela Stanford as La strip-teaseuse
The duration of Le Juste Prix is 3600.0 seconds.
The duration of Le Halwa Le is 2.08 hours.
The duration of Le Crabe-tambour is 2 hours.
The duration of Les raquetteurs is 840.0 seconds.
The duration of Les malheurs d'Alfred is 1.63 hours.
The duration of Loren Cass is 1.38 hours.
The duration of Cass Timberlane is 1.98 hours.
Le casse was created on 1972-06-14.
Le Casse de Brice was created on 2005-03-25.
Le casse - 1971 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M Finland:K-16 Iceland:16 Netherlands:14 (orginal rating) Norway:15 Norway:16 (1972) Sweden:15 USA…:PG
Les casse-pieds - 1948 is rated/received certificates of: Sweden:Btl USA:Approved USA:Passed (National Board of Review)
Le casse - 1971 was released on: France: 27 October 1971 Japan: 4 December 1971 West Germany: 16 December 1971 Denmark: 27 March 1972 Finland: 31 March 1972 Spain…: 1 April 1972 Netherlands: 27 April 1972 USA: 14 June 1972 Sweden: 24 July 1972 Norway: 7 September 1972 Turkey: 19 February 1973 Hungary: 26 July 1973
Les casse-pieds - 1948 was released on: France: 26 November 1948 Sweden: 13 June 1949 Portugal: 25 January 1950 USA: 28 December 1953 Spain: 7 August 1954 (Madrid)