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Pierre Desproges

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Released in 2001, Tous Les Requisitoires du Tribunal des Flagrants Delires compiles all six volumes of the French comedian Pierre Desproges' audio recordings of his 1980s France Inter radio show. Based on his humorous criticisms of various public figures, the 60-track collection includes routines about celebrities from the world of film (actor/director Robert Lamoureux), TV (presenter/journalist Leon Zitrone), music (French-Algerian chanteur Djamel Allam), and sports (Formula 1 driver Henri Pescaralo). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Genre: Comedy

Years Active:

Pierre Desproges was, alongside Coluche and Thierry Le Luron, one of France's favorite humorists in the 1980s. Gifted with a sharp sense of humor, an incredible capacity for prose, and a good culture, he started his career in the press, becoming a journalist for L'Aurore, where his increasingly acidic posts almost got him fired. Soon, with friends Daniel Prévost and Jacques Martin in the influential and provocative Sunday TV show Le Petit Rapporteur, he made TV history with some memorable footage....
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Les réquisitoires du tribunal des flagrants délires, vol. 1, Pierre Desproges
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Comedy, Music, Rock
  • Released: 1993

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