Incorrigible (film)

Incorrigible (French: L'incorrigible) is a 1975 French comedy film directed by Philippe de Broca and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Geneviève Bujold and Capucine.[2]

Directed byPhilippe de Broca
Written byMichel Audiard
Based onA novel
by Alex Varoux
Produced by
StarringJean-Paul Belmondo
CinematographyJean Penzer
Edited byFrancoise Javet
Music byGeorges Delerue
Release date
  • 1975 (1975) (France)
Running time
100 minutes
Box office$19.3 million[1]


Victor Vauthier, a lovable rogue and mythomaniac who does not want to give up his ways, leaves prison, causing great sadness to his guards, who had come to like him during his three-month imprisonment. He immediately pulls off a series of thefts and frauds. Meanwhile, he has to report to his parole officer, Marie-Charlotte Pontalec. Victor and Marie-Charlotte immediately hit it off. This does not prevent Victor, encouraged by his father figure, uncle Camille, from trying to profit from his proximity to Marie-Charlotte in order to steal a triptych by El Greco. The picture is located in the Senlis Museum, where Marie-Charlotte's father works as a custodian. However, she ends up figuring out Victor's plan.

Main castEdit


  1. ^ Box office information for film at Box Office Story
  2. ^ "L' INCORRIGIBLE (1975)". British Film Institute. Retrieved 18 December 2016.


The soundtrack was composed by Georges Delerue, and made available on CD by Music Box Records.[1]

External linksEdit

  1. ^ "L'Incorrigible • Va voir maman, papa travaille | CD | Georges DELERUE". Music Box Records. Retrieved 18 December 2016.