|Tricoche and Cacolet|
|Directed by||Pierre Colombier|
|Edited by||Jean Pouzet|
|Music by||Casimir Oberfeld|
Les Films Modernes
|Distributed by||Les Distributeurs Associés|
|7 September 1938|
Tricoche and Cacolet (French: Tricoche et Cacolet) is a 1938 French comedy film directed by Pierre Colombier and starring Fernandel, Frédéric Duvallès and Ginette Leclerc.  It is based on an 1872 play of the same title by Ludovic Halevy and Henri Meilhac. The film's sets were designed by Jacques Colombier. Two idle Parisian boulevardiers set up a detective agency. They are separately hired by a husband and wife to spy on each other with their respective lovers, while a Turkish Prince has fallen in love with both the wife and her husband's mistress. Eventually everything is resolved to everyone's satisfaction.
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