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* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine ventilation shaft after killing him, then states that hiding a body can earn one 20 years minimum in prison.

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* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine mine's ventilation shaft after killing him, then states that hiding a body can earn one 20 years minimum in prison.


''La Scoumoune'' (English language title ''The Pariah'') is a 1972 French-Italian gangster film directed and written by José Giovanni, [[SelfAdaptation based on his own novel]] ''L'Excommunié''. It is a remake of the 1961 film ''Un nommé La Rocca'' and stars Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo (who played the same role in the 1961 film), Creator/ClaudiaCardinale and Michel Constantin. François de Roubaix composed the soundtrack, which notably includes a barrel organ {{leitmotif}}.

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''La Scoumoune'' (English language title ''The Pariah'') is a 1972 French-Italian gangster film directed and written by José Giovanni, [[SelfAdaptation based on his own novel]] ''L'Excommunié''. It is a remake of the 1961 film ''Un nommé La Rocca'' and stars Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo (who played the same role in the 1961 film), Creator/ClaudiaCardinale and Creator/ClaudiaCardinale, Michel Constantin.Constantin and Creator/EnriqueLucero. François de Roubaix composed the soundtrack, which notably includes a barrel organ {{leitmotif}}.



* OrganGrinder: Migli aka "The Mexican", the mustachioed accomplice of Roberto who's sometimes seen [[DiegeticSoundtrackUsage playing the film's theme]] on his portable barrel organ. He was played by Mexican actor Enrique Lucero.

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* OrganGrinder: Migli aka "The Mexican", the mustachioed accomplice of Roberto who's sometimes seen [[DiegeticSoundtrackUsage playing the film's theme]] on his portable barrel organ. He was played by Mexican actor Enrique Lucero.Creator/EnriqueLucero.

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* AdaptationTitleChange: The novel the film adapts is titled ''L'Excommunié'' ("The Excommunicated").


In 1934, mobster Roberto Borgo (Belmondo), also known as "La Scoumoune", comes to the port city of Marseille, Southern France, to help his friend Xavier Saratov (Constantin), who was framed by the local crime bosses. Roberto is caught up in clashes between different gangs and as a result serves a long sentence in prison for killing several enemy gang members. Once in prison, he begins to prepare his escape.

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In 1934, mobster Roberto Borgo (Belmondo), also known as "La Scoumoune", comes to the port city of Marseille, Southern France, to help his friend Xavier Saratov (Constantin), who was framed by the local crime bosses. Roberto is caught up in clashes between different gangs and as a result serves a long sentence in prison for killing several enemy gang members. Once in prison, After a few years, he begins manages to prepare his escape.escape and seeks revenge.


''La Scoumoune'' (English language title ''The Pariah'') is a 1972 French-Italian gangster film directed and written by José Giovanni, [[SelfAdaptation based on his own novel]] ''L'Excommunié''. It stars Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo, Creator/ClaudiaCardinale and Michel Constantin. François de Roubaix composed the soundtrack, which notably includes a barrel organ {{leitmotif}}.

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''La Scoumoune'' (English language title ''The Pariah'') is a 1972 French-Italian gangster film directed and written by José Giovanni, [[SelfAdaptation based on his own novel]] ''L'Excommunié''. It is a remake of the 1961 film ''Un nommé La Rocca'' and stars Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo, Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo (who played the same role in the 1961 film), Creator/ClaudiaCardinale and Michel Constantin. François de Roubaix composed the soundtrack, which notably includes a barrel organ {{leitmotif}}.


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* AdaptationNameChange:
** The surname of Roberto is La Rocca in the original novel and the 1961 film, while here it's Borgo.
** Likewise, the surname of the Saratov siblings is Adé in the novel and the 1961 film.


* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine ventilation shaft after killing him, then states that hiding a body can earn somebody 20 years minimum in prison.

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* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine ventilation shaft after killing him, then states that hiding a body can earn somebody one 20 years minimum in prison.


* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine ventilation shaft after killing him, then states that doing that can earn somebody 20 years minimum in prison.

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* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine ventilation shaft after killing him, then states that doing that hiding a body can earn somebody 20 years minimum in prison.


* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine shaft after killing him, then states that doing that can earn somebody 20 years minimum in prison.

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* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine ventilation shaft after killing him, then states that doing that can earn somebody 20 years minimum in prison.

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* BoomHeadshot: How Roberto kills Villanova.
* DisposingOfABody: Roberto throws Villanova's body down a mine shaft after killing him, then states that doing that can earn somebody 20 years minimum in prison.


''La Scoumoune'' is a 1972 French-Italian gangster film directed and written by José Giovanni, [[SelfAdaptation based on his own novel]] ''L'Excommunié''. It stars Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo, Creator/ClaudiaCardinale and Michel Constantin. François de Roubaix composed the soundtrack, which notably includes a barrel organ {{leitmotif}}.

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''La Scoumoune'' (English language title ''The Pariah'') is a 1972 French-Italian gangster film directed and written by José Giovanni, [[SelfAdaptation based on his own novel]] ''L'Excommunié''. It stars Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo, Creator/ClaudiaCardinale and Michel Constantin. François de Roubaix composed the soundtrack, which notably includes a barrel organ {{leitmotif}}.



* RevolversAreJustBetter: Pretty much every gangster in the film has a revolver.

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* FreudianExcuse: When talking to Xavier's lawyer about the latter's criminal past, Georgia argues that his difficult youth can be brought up in court to his defense.


* DontLookBack: In prison, Xavier tells his sister Georgia to not lose her time trying to get him out via his lawyer and connections and to not come back to see him.

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* DontLookBack: In prison, Xavier tells his sister Georgia to not lose her time trying to get him out via his lawyer and connections and to not come back to see him. She refuses.

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* DontLookBack: In prison, Xavier tells his sister Georgia to not lose her time trying to get him out via his lawyer and connections and to not come back to see him.


* RedBaron: Roberto's nickname is "La Scoumoune", because he brings bad luck to his enemies since he's a master at QuickDraw ("scoumoune" was an old French slang word for "bad luck").

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* RedBaron: Roberto's nickname is "La Scoumoune", because he brings bad luck to his enemies since he's a master at QuickDraw ("scoumoune" was an old Southern French slang word for "bad luck").


''La Scoumoune'' is a 1972 French-Italian gangster film directed and written by José Giovanni, [[SelfAdaptation based on his own novel]] ''L'Excommunié''. It stars Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo, Creator/ClaudiaCardinale and Michel Constantin. François de Roubaix composed the soundtrack, which notably includes a barrel organ {{leitmotif}} that's also reprised [[ElectronicMusic electronically]].

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''La Scoumoune'' is a 1972 French-Italian gangster film directed and written by José Giovanni, [[SelfAdaptation based on his own novel]] ''L'Excommunié''. It stars Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo, Creator/ClaudiaCardinale and Michel Constantin. François de Roubaix composed the soundtrack, which notably includes a barrel organ {{leitmotif}} that's also reprised [[ElectronicMusic electronically]].{{leitmotif}}.

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