Your Turn, Darling

À toi de faire... mignonne (Italian: L'agente federale Lemmy Caution), released in the US as Your Turn, Darling,[3] is a French-Italian film based on the novels of Peter Cheyney.[4] It came out ten years after La môme vert-de-gris which had been the first of film of this series.

Your Turn, Darling
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Directed byBernard Borderie
Produced byHenri Jaquillard
Written byMarc-Gilbert Sauvajon Screenplay
Bernard Borderie Screenplay[1]
Peter Cheyney Source material
StarringEddie Constantine
Music byPaul Misraki
CinematographyHenri Persin
Edited byChristian Gaudin
Borderie/Euro International[2]
Distributed byPathé Consortium Cinéma (France)
Euro International Film (Italy)
Constantin Film (W.Germany)
Release date
25 September 1963
Running time
93 minutes

It was shot at the Billancourt Studios in Paris and on location around the city. The film's sets were designed by the art director René Moulaert.

For the last time Bernard Borderie directed the popular actor Eddie Constantine in a Lemmy Caution adventure.

Guy Delorme, who in 1961 had been the Comte de Rochefort in Borderie's classic film version of The Three Musketeers, acts another time as a scheming bad guy.


Dr. Whitaker has disappeared after working hard on an innovation which could give either the West or the East an edge in the Cold War. Lemmy Caution, although currently otherwise busy, is assigned to return the scientist.

He is advised to start searching for him by finding in the first place Dr. Whitaker's attractive young fiancée Geraldine.

Of course Lemmy Caution finds the scientist, beats up the villains even while actually being hopelessly outnumbered, puts everything right and gets the girl.



David Deal judges in "The Eurospy Guide" the film was "not an outright spoof", yet he objects director Bernard Borderie sporting slapstick moments ("silly") during the final showdown in a dairy.[5]


  • Blake, Matt; Deal, David (2004). The Eurospy Guide. Baltimore: Luminary Press. ISBN 1-887664-52-1.


  1. ^ "Screenplay by Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon & Bernard Borderie". Retrieved 2011-09-18.
  2. ^ "Produktionsfirma: Borderie/Euro International". Retrieved 2011-09-18.
  3. ^ "Your Turn Darling sure is one boozy adventure for Lemmy Caution". Retrieved 2012-07-13.
  4. ^ "Your Turn, Darling". Retrieved 2014-05-13.
  5. ^ Blake, Deal, p.266f

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