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''OSS 117: Lost in Rio'' (''OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus'') is the second of two French films detailing the comedic misadventures of Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, aka OSS 117, a bumbling French secret agent.

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''OSS 117: Lost in Rio'' (''OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus'') is a 2009 French spy comedy, and the the second of two French films detailing film about the comedic misadventures of Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, aka OSS 117, a bumbling French secret agent.


Both this film and its predecessor, ''Film/OSS117CairoNestOfSpies'' star Creator/JeanDujardin as OSS 117, a character who might be best described as Sean Connery's James Bond, if Bond were both [[IdiotHero amazingly stupid]] and [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero a tad racist]]. Based on a not-at-all satirical series of French spy novels, which first inspired not-at-all satirical [[Film/OSS117 spy films]], mainly in TheSixties.

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Both this film and its predecessor, ''Film/OSS117CairoNestOfSpies'' star Creator/JeanDujardin as OSS 117, a version of the character who might be best described as Sean Connery's James Bond, if Bond were both [[IdiotHero amazingly stupid]] and [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero a tad racist]]. Based on a not-at-all satirical series of French spy novels, which first inspired not-at-all satirical [[Film/OSS117 spy films]], mainly in TheSixties.


A third ''OSS 117'' film has been announced in late 2018, with Jean Dujardin returning. Filming will start in September 2019.

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A third ''OSS 117'' film has been announced in late 2018, with Jean Dujardin returning. Filming will start in September 2019.2019 and the film is scheduled for a 2020 release.


* LowSpeedChase: Parodied in the hospital, where 117 pursues the Nazi bad guy very slowly, as both are injured. With the appropriate chase music.

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* LowSpeedChase: Parodied 117 wakes up in the a hospital, where 117 pursues in the Nazi bad guy very same room as the BigBad Von Zimmel. 117's wounds are more severe than Von Zimmel's, and the latter escapes slowly, as both are injured. With using a walker, but 117 still tries to chase him, not being able to run or even walk fast and hampered by his blood transfusion bag. Cue the chase music that would be more appropriate chase music.in an action scene.


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In this installment, 117 is sent to Brazil in the 1970s to obtain a list of French WWII collaborators from an old Nazi. While there, he meets up with a foxy Israeli spy named Dolores who is determined to capture the Nazi.

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In this installment, 117 is sent to Brazil in the 1970s to obtain a list of French WWII World War II collaborators from an old Nazi. While there, he meets up with a foxy Israeli spy named Dolores who is determined to capture the Nazi.


Both this film and its predecessor, ''Film/OSS117CairoNestOfSpies'' star Creator/JeanDujardin as OSS 117, a character who might be best described as Sean Connery's James Bond, if Bond were both [[IdiotHero amazingly stupid]] and [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero a tad racist]]. Based on a not-at-all satirical series of French spy novels, which inspired not-at-all satirical [[Film/OSS117 spy films]], mainly in TheSixties.

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Both this film and its predecessor, ''Film/OSS117CairoNestOfSpies'' star Creator/JeanDujardin as OSS 117, a character who might be best described as Sean Connery's James Bond, if Bond were both [[IdiotHero amazingly stupid]] and [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero a tad racist]]. Based on a not-at-all satirical series of French spy novels, which first inspired not-at-all satirical [[Film/OSS117 spy films]], mainly in TheSixties.


Both this film and its predecessor, ''Film/OSS117CairoNestOfSpies'' star Creator/JeanDujardin as OSS 117, a character who might be best described as Sean Connery's James Bond, if Bond were both [[IdiotHero amazingly stupid]] and [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero kind of racist]]. Based on a not-at-all satirical series of French spy novels.

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Both this film and its predecessor, ''Film/OSS117CairoNestOfSpies'' star Creator/JeanDujardin as OSS 117, a character who might be best described as Sean Connery's James Bond, if Bond were both [[IdiotHero amazingly stupid]] and [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero kind of a tad racist]]. Based on a not-at-all satirical series of French spy novels.
novels, which inspired not-at-all satirical [[Film/OSS117 spy films]], mainly in TheSixties.


** The HistoricalInJoke being that, even though De Gaulle isn't considered a dictator [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement by most]], all of these were technically true at the time.

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** The HistoricalInJoke being that, even though De Gaulle isn't considered a dictator [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement by most]], all of these were technically true at the time.


A third ''OSS 117'' film has been announced, with Jean Dujardin returning. Filming will start in September 2019.

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A third ''OSS 117'' film has been announced, announced in late 2018, with Jean Dujardin returning. Filming will start in September 2019.


In this installment, 117 is sent to Rio in the 1970s to obtain a list of French WWII collaborators from an old Nazi. While there, he meets up with a foxy Israeli spy named Dolores who is determined to capture the Nazi.

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In this installment, 117 is sent to Rio Brazil in the 1970s to obtain a list of French WWII collaborators from an old Nazi. While there, he meets up with a foxy Israeli spy named Dolores who is determined to capture the Nazi.


''OSS 117: Lost in Rio'' (''OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus'') is the second of two French films detailing the comedic misadventures of Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, aka OSS 117, a bumbling French secret agent, in Brazil in the early 1970s. In this installment 117 is sent to Rio to obtain a list of French WWII collaborators from an old Nazi. While there, he meets up with a foxy Israeli spy named Dolores who is determined to capture the Nazi. Both this film and its predecessor, ''Film/OSS117CairoNestOfSpies'' star Creator/JeanDujardin as OSS 117, a character who might be best described as Sean Connery's James Bond, if Bond were both [[IdiotHero amazingly stupid]] and [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero kind of racist]]. Based on a not-at-all satirical series of French spy novels.

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''OSS 117: Lost in Rio'' (''OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus'') is the second of two French films detailing the comedic misadventures of Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, aka OSS 117, a bumbling French secret agent, in Brazil in the early 1970s. agent.

In this installment installment, 117 is sent to Rio in the 1970s to obtain a list of French WWII collaborators from an old Nazi. While there, he meets up with a foxy Israeli spy named Dolores who is determined to capture the Nazi.

Both this film and its predecessor, ''Film/OSS117CairoNestOfSpies'' star Creator/JeanDujardin as OSS 117, a character who might be best described as Sean Connery's James Bond, if Bond were both [[IdiotHero amazingly stupid]] and [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero kind of racist]]. Based on a not-at-all satirical series of French spy novels.

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A third ''OSS 117'' film has been announced, with Jean Dujardin returning. Filming will start in September 2019.


* BerserkButton: Don't talk ill of your own father in front of Hubert. Even if your father is a literal nazi.

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* BerserkButton: Don't talk speak ill of your own father in front of Hubert. Even if your father is a literal nazi.


* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Once again, 117, through a combination of chauvinistic spy fiction tropes, ValuesDissonance due to the story taking place in TheFifties, and his own comical ignorance of any other culture.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Once again, 117, through a combination of chauvinistic spy fiction tropes, ValuesDissonance DeliberateValuesDissonance due to the story taking place in TheFifties, and his own comical ignorance of any other culture.

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* IdiotHero


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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Once again, 117, through a combination of chauvinistic spy fiction tropes, ValuesDissonance due to the story taking place in TheFifties, and his own comical ignorance of any other culture.

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