History Film / Fantomas

8th Jun '16 1:41:50 AM StFan
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!!Tropes:

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!!Tropes:
!!The ''Fantômas'' movies provides examples of:



* BumblingSidekick

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* BumblingSidekickBumblingSidekick:
** Commissioner Juve for Fandor, most of the time.



** Commissioner Juve for Fandor, most of the time.



* ClearMyName

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* ClearMyNameClearMyName:
7th Jun '16 5:34:42 PM Doug86
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* SettingUpdate: The story of the books and silent films takes place in the Belle Epoque (pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne France). This version adjusts to its decade, TheSixties.

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* SettingUpdate: The story of the books and silent films takes place in the Belle Epoque (pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne (pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarI France). This version adjusts to its decade, TheSixties.
13th Jul '15 12:43:40 PM StFan
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* {{Leitmotif}}: Both Fantômas and Juve have their own. Fantômas uses the ominous main theme of the movies. Juve has a much more comedic one. Used to great effect during chase scenes by alternating the two.



* PerpSweating: Juves's method for making perps sweat is to eat before one while denying him food. Fandor stays rather unfazed.

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* PerpSweating: Juves's Juve's method for making perps sweat is to eat before one while denying him food. Fandor stays rather unfazed.
13th Jul '15 12:28:28 PM StFan
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* LatexPerfection: Fantômas' masks when he wants to impersonate someone.

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* LatexPerfection: Fantômas' masks when he wants to impersonate someone. This also includes gloves reproducing exactly the fingerprints.
13th Jul '15 12:23:20 PM StFan
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* PerpSweating: Juves's method for making perps sweat is to eat before one while denying him food. Fandor stays rather unfazed.



* {{The Scapegoat}}s: Fandor and Juve in the first movie.

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* {{The Scapegoat}}s: TheScapegoat: Fandor and Juve in the first movie.
13th Jul '15 12:18:13 PM StFan
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* SlaveBrand: On their first encounter, Fantômas brands Fandor with an "F" on the chest to remind him that "From now on, you belongs to me."
22nd Jun '15 2:46:29 AM StFan
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* KnockoutGas / InstantSedation



* UnexplainedRecovery / YouLookFamiliar: A {{mook}} killed by one of Juve's cigars in ''Fantômas Unleashed'' is then seen alive in ''Fantômas Against Scotland Yard'' (same actor in the same role) without explanation.

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* UnexplainedRecovery / YouLookFamiliar: UnexplainedRecovery: A {{mook}} killed by one of Juve's cigars in ''Fantômas Unleashed'' is then seen alive in ''Fantômas Against Scotland Yard'' (same actor in the same role) without explanation.



* VillainExitStageLeft / EscapeArtist / KarmaHoudini: Fantômas always manages to escape.

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* VillainExitStageLeft / EscapeArtist / KarmaHoudini: VillainExitStageLeft: Fantômas always manages to escape.
31st Jan '15 6:14:29 AM StFan
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'''''Fantômas''''' is a French 1960s' film very loosely based on the [[Literature/{{Fantomas}} novels of the same name]]. It turned the title character (a criminal and anarchist in the books) into a [[Film/JamesBond Blofeld]]-esque [[DiabolicalMastermind supervillain]] and spawned two sequels, '''''Fantômas Unleashed''''' and '''''Fantômas Against Scotland Yard'''''. While the films were not critically praised ([[{{Sequelitis}} the sequels especially]]) they achieved [[CriticalDissonance popular success]] in France, and had a [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff quite huge impact in Latin America and the Soviet Union]].

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'''''Fantômas''''' ''Fantômas'' is a French 1960s' film very loosely based on the [[Literature/{{Fantomas}} novels of the same name]]. It turned the title character (a criminal and anarchist in the books) into a [[Film/JamesBond Blofeld]]-esque [[DiabolicalMastermind supervillain]] and spawned two sequels, '''''Fantômas Unleashed''''' ''Fantômas Unleashed'' and '''''Fantômas ''Fantômas Against Scotland Yard'''''.Yard''. While the films were not critically praised ([[{{Sequelitis}} the sequels especially]]) they achieved [[CriticalDissonance popular success]] in France, and had a [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff quite huge impact in Latin America and the Soviet Union]].






!!The ''Fantômas'' film trilogy provides examples of the following tropes:

* ActingForTwo: Jean Marais plays both Fandor and Fantômas. In ''Fantômas Unleashed'' he's Acting for Three since he's also Pr. Lefèvre (whom both Fantômas and Fandor disguise at).

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!!The ''Fantômas'' film trilogy provides examples of the following tropes:

* ActingForTwo: Jean Marais plays both Fandor and Fantômas. In ''Fantômas Unleashed'' he's Acting for Three since he's also Pr. Lefèvre (whom both Fantômas and Fandor disguise at).
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* CollapsingLair: In ''Fantômas Unleashed''.

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* CollapsingLair: In The VolcanoLair ''Fantômas Unleashed''.



* [[HeroStoleMyBike Hero Stole My Car]]

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* %%* [[HeroStoleMyBike Hero Stole My Car]]
10th May '14 1:37:05 PM LongLiveHumour
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* SettingUpdate: The story of the books and silent films takes place in the Belle Epoque (pre-WorldWarOne France). This version adjusts to its decade, TheSixties.

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* SettingUpdate: The story of the books and silent films takes place in the Belle Epoque (pre-WorldWarOne (pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne France). This version adjusts to its decade, TheSixties.
2nd May '14 12:05:23 PM StFan
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* AwesomeYetPractical: Commissioner Juve's gadgets in ''Fantômas Unleashed''. They're silly but [[ChekhovsGun prove to be very useful]].



* TalkingToHimself: Averted. Jean Marais played both Fantômas and Fandor but Raymond Pellegrin voiced Fantômas.


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