Le Diable et Son Train – The Devil Goes Sharking In Paris (1951)

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Le Diable et son Train (1951), by Jeanne Effel (12 February 1908, Paris – 10 October 1982), published by René Julliard, is a great picture story that’s very much of its time. The title is based on an aged French expression. The train is a series of objects or people. The Devil (“But you can call me Lulu”) is looking for romance – or just to cop off with a “hottie”. The puns come thick and fast.

 

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