History Film / MonOncle

21st Dec '16 11:40:25 PM jamespolk
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* {{Housewife}}: Madame Arpel is an absurd parody of one. She's polishing her husband's car as he's driving it out the driveway.

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* {{Housewife}}: Madame Arpel is an absurd parody of one. She's polishing her husband's car as he's driving it out the driveway. She serves her husband lunch, then makes him move to another table about eight feet away so she can serve coffee.



* MistakenForPervert: Monsieur Hulot is mistaken for ThePeepingTom at his first job interview, after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe leads a woman to think he was watching her get dressed.


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* ThePeepingTom: Monsieur Hulot is mistaken for this at his first job interview, after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe leads a woman to think he was watching her get dressed.
21st Dec '16 11:37:33 PM jamespolk
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21st Dec '16 11:37:15 PM jamespolk
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* BookEnds: The playful dogs shown cavorting through Hulot's neighborhood at the beginning and at the end.



* GirlySkirtTwirl: The teenaged girl who likes M. Hulot does this to show off her new dress.
* {{Housewife}}: Madame Arpel is an absurd parody of one. She's polishing her husband's car as he's driving it out the driveway.



* MalevolentArchitecture: The Villa again, although it's a light comedic example of this trope.

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* MalevolentArchitecture: The Villa again, although it's a light comedic example of this trope. The kitchen looks like an operating room. The twin circular upstairs windows look like eyes, especially when the Arpels' heads are in the two windows, and they're looking down at the racket Monsieur Hulot is making in the yard.
* MistakenForPervert: Monsieur Hulot is mistaken for ThePeepingTom at his first job interview, after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe leads a woman to think he was watching her get dressed.



* ThePeepingTom: Monsieur Hulot is mistaken for this at his first job interview after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe.

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* ThePeepingTom: Monsieur Hulot TitleDrop: M. Arpel is mistaken plainly jealous of Gerard's affection for this at his first job interview after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe.M. Hulot, complaining that "It's always 'my uncle'" with Gerard.
26th Mar '16 1:37:29 PM gallium
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2nd Jun '15 4:33:04 AM Morgenthaler
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''Mon Oncle'' (''My Uncle'') is a 1958 film by JacquesTati. This film stars Tati in his second appearance as Monsieur Hulot (previously seen in 1953's ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday''). The film won the 1958 Oscar for best foreign language film and was also honored at Cannes.

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''Mon Oncle'' (''My Uncle'') is a 1958 film by JacquesTati.Creator/JacquesTati. This film stars Tati in his second appearance as Monsieur Hulot (previously seen in 1953's ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday''). The film won the 1958 Oscar for best foreign language film and was also honored at Cannes.
18th Aug '13 4:32:00 PM Mdumas43073
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* AsceticAesthetic: the Villa Arpel and the plastics factory

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* AsceticAesthetic: the The Villa Arpel and the plastics factoryfactory.



* LeaveTheCameraRunning: a rare comedic example that is not played for an OverlyLongGag

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* LeaveTheCameraRunning: a A rare comedic example that is not played for an OverlyLongGag



* RoadsideWave: A truck drives through a puddle, almost completely drenching a shopkeeper. However, the bottom of his pants are still dry... which changes when the main character, Hulot, rides by on his bicycle.
* RunningGag: Madame Arpel turning on/turning off the fish fountain when guests arrive

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* RoadsideWave: A truck drives through a puddle, almost completely drenching a shopkeeper. However, the bottom of his pants are still dry... which changes when the main character, Hulot, Monsieur Hulot rides by on his bicycle.
* RunningGag: Madame Arpel turning on/turning off the fish fountain when guests arrivearrive.



* ThePeepingTom: Monsier Hulot is mistaken for this at his first job interview after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe.

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* ThePeepingTom: Monsier Monsieur Hulot is mistaken for this at his first job interview after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe.
18th Aug '13 4:29:14 PM Mdumas43073
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''Mon Oncle'' (''My Uncle'') is a 1958 film by JacquesTati. This film stars Tati in his second appearance as Monsieur Hulot. (previously seen in 1953's ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'') The film won the 1958 Oscar for best foreign language film and was also honored at Cannes.

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''Mon Oncle'' (''My Uncle'') is a 1958 film by JacquesTati. This film stars Tati in his second appearance as Monsieur Hulot. Hulot (previously seen in 1953's ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'') ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday''). The film won the 1958 Oscar for best foreign language film and was also honored at Cannes.
10th Oct '12 12:14:37 AM Minix
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''Mon Oncle'' (''My Uncle'') is a 1958 film by JacquesTati. This film stars Tati in his second appearance as Monsieur Hulot. (previously seen in 1953's ''Monsieur Hulot's Holiday'') The film won the 1958 Oscar for best foreign language film and was also honored at Cannes.

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''Mon Oncle'' (''My Uncle'') is a 1958 film by JacquesTati. This film stars Tati in his second appearance as Monsieur Hulot. (previously seen in 1953's ''Monsieur Hulot's Holiday'') ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'') The film won the 1958 Oscar for best foreign language film and was also honored at Cannes.
11th Apr '12 3:29:24 AM foxley
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* RoadsideWave: A truck drives through a puddle, almost completely drenching a shopkeeper. However, the bottom of his pants are still dry... which changes when the main character, Hulot, rides by on his bicycle.
12th Jan '12 8:40:55 PM erforce
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Mon Oncle (My Uncle) is a 1958 film by JacquesTati. This film stars Tati in his second appearance as Monsieur Hulot. (previously seen in 1953's ''Monsieur Hulot's Holiday'') The film won the 1958 Oscar for best foreign language film and was also honored at Cannes.

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Mon Oncle (My Uncle) ''Mon Oncle'' (''My Uncle'') is a 1958 film by JacquesTati. This film stars Tati in his second appearance as Monsieur Hulot. (previously seen in 1953's ''Monsieur Hulot's Holiday'') The film won the 1958 Oscar for best foreign language film and was also honored at Cannes.



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* ThePeepingTom: Monsier Hulot is mistaken for this at his first job interview after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe.

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* ThePeepingTom: Monsier Hulot is mistaken for this at his first job interview after a complicated series of events involving paint on his shoe.shoe.
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