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** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of the one that was made instead (''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'')? Word is that the movie was finished anywhere between 30% and 80%. From a set interview of Fernandel made about six months before his death, it appears that the basic story and thematics (social and religious revolutions of TheSixties) were kept in.

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** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of the one that was made instead (''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'')? Word is that the movie was finished anywhere between 30% and 80%. From a set interview of Fernandel made about six months before his death, it appears that the basic story and thematics (social (major social and religious revolutions changes of TheSixties) were kept in.


** Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with that same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't solely feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent -- Jesus is practically the only one who doesn't have a South-Eastern France accent -- and makes the films sound like Creator/MarcelPagnol-[=ish=] works as a result.

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** Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with that same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't solely feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent -- Jesus is practically the only one who doesn't have a South-Eastern France accent -- and [[MisplacedAccent makes the films sound like like]] Creator/MarcelPagnol-[=ish=] works as a result.


** Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't solely feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent -- Jesus is practically the only one who doesn't have a South-Eastern France accent.

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** Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the that same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't solely feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent -- Jesus is practically the only one who doesn't have a South-Eastern France accent.accent -- and makes the films sound like Creator/MarcelPagnol-[=ish=] works as a result.


* AuthorExistenceFailure: A sixth film for the series, fr. ''Don Camillo et les contestataires''/ it. ''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'' (''Don Camillo and the Red-Haired Girl''), was in the making in 1970-1971 when Creator/{{Fernandel}} collapsed while shooting due to cancer. He died a month later, the movie unfinished. Out of respect for him, the studio completely remade the movie with different actors -- Creator/GinoCervi refused to make a new film without Fernandel. The unfinished movie has never been seen.

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: A sixth film for the series, fr. ''Don Camillo et les contestataires''/ it. ''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'' (''Don Camillo and the Red-Haired Girl''), was in the making in 1970-1971 when Creator/{{Fernandel}} collapsed while shooting due to cancer. He died a month later, the movie unfinished. Out of respect for him, the studio completely remade the movie with different actors -- Creator/GinoCervi refused to make a new film without Fernandel. The unfinished movie with Fernandel and Cervi has never been seen.seen, the reels are thought to have been destroyed.


** Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent.

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** Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't solely feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent -- Jesus is practically the only one who doesn't have a South-Eastern France accent.


** Creator/GinoCervi was originally cast as Don Camillo, but then the makers of the first film were stumped to find a good Peppone. For a time, Giovannino Guareschi considered playing the communist mayor himself (he certainly looked the part), but then someone suggested Don Camillo be played by Fernandel and the part of Peppone was given to Cervi.

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** Creator/GinoCervi was originally cast as Don Camillo, but then the makers of the first film were stumped to find a good Peppone. For a time, Giovannino Guareschi considered playing the communist mayor himself (he certainly looked the part), part with his BadassMustache), but then someone suggested Don Camillo be played by Fernandel Fernandel, and the part of Peppone was eventually given to Cervi.


** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of the one that was made instead? Word is that the movie was finished anywhere between 30% and 80%. From a set interview of Fernandel made about six months before his death, it appears that the basic story and thematics (social and religious revolutions of TheSixties) were kept in.

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** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of the one that was made instead? instead (''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'')? Word is that the movie was finished anywhere between 30% and 80%. From a set interview of Fernandel made about six months before his death, it appears that the basic story and thematics (social and religious revolutions of TheSixties) were kept in.


** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of the one that was made instead? Word is that the movie was finished to about 80%.

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** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of the one that was made instead? Word is that the movie was finished to anywhere between 30% and 80%. From a set interview of Fernandel made about 80%. six months before his death, it appears that the basic story and thematics (social and religious revolutions of TheSixties) were kept in.


* FakeNationality: Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent.

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Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent.accent.
** American actor of Russian-Jewish descent Lionel Stander as the Italian Peppone in ''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'' (1972).


** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of that lackluster mess that was made instead? Word is that the movie was finished to about 80%.

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** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of that lackluster mess the one that was made instead? Word is that the movie was finished to about 80%.


* AuthorExistenceFailure: A sixth film for the series, fr. ''Don Camillo et les contestataires''/ it. ''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'' (''Don Camillo and the Red-Haired Girl''), was in the making in 1970-1971 when Creator/{{Fernandel}} collapsed while shooting due to cancer. He died a month later, the movie unfinished. Out of respect for him, the studio completely remade the movie with different actors -- Gino Cervi refused to make a new film without Fernandel. The unfinished movie has never been seen.

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: A sixth film for the series, fr. ''Don Camillo et les contestataires''/ it. ''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'' (''Don Camillo and the Red-Haired Girl''), was in the making in 1970-1971 when Creator/{{Fernandel}} collapsed while shooting due to cancer. He died a month later, the movie unfinished. Out of respect for him, the studio completely remade the movie with different actors -- Gino Cervi Creator/GinoCervi refused to make a new film without Fernandel. The unfinished movie has never been seen.


* AuthorExistenceFailure: A sixth film for the series, fr. ''Don Camillo et les contestataires''/ it. ''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'' (''Don Camillo and the Red-Haired Girl''), was in the making in 1971 when Creator/{{Fernandel}} collapsed while shooting due to cancer. He died a month later, the movie unfinished. Out of respect for him, the studio completely remade the movie with different actors -- Gino Cervi refused to make a new film without Fernandel. The unfinished movie has never been seen.

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: A sixth film for the series, fr. ''Don Camillo et les contestataires''/ it. ''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'' (''Don Camillo and the Red-Haired Girl''), was in the making in 1971 1970-1971 when Creator/{{Fernandel}} collapsed while shooting due to cancer. He died a month later, the movie unfinished. Out of respect for him, the studio completely remade the movie with different actors -- Gino Cervi refused to make a new film without Fernandel. The unfinished movie has never been seen.

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: A sixth film for the series, fr. ''Don Camillo et les contestataires''/ it. ''Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi'' (''Don Camillo and the Red-Haired Girl''), was in the making in 1971 when Creator/{{Fernandel}} collapsed while shooting due to cancer. He died a month later, the movie unfinished. Out of respect for him, the studio completely remade the movie with different actors -- Gino Cervi refused to make a new film without Fernandel. The unfinished movie has never been seen.


* HeAlsoDid: The screenplay of the classic films was written by French writer Creator/ReneBarjavel, who is much more famous for his science-fiction novels.

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* HeAlsoDid: The screenplay of the classic 1950s-1960s films was written by French writer Creator/ReneBarjavel, who is much more famous for his science-fiction novels.


* FakeNationality: In the 1950s-1960s films, Italian priest Don Camillo is played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent.
* HeAlsoDid: The screenplay of the classic films was written by French writer Creator/ReneBarjavel, who is much more famous for his science-fiction novels.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Creator/GinoCervi was originally cast as Don Camillo, but then the makers of the first film were stumped to find a good Peppone. For a time, Giovannino Guareschi considered playing the communist mayor himself (he certainly looked the part), but then someone suggested Don Camillo be played by Fernandel and the part of Peppone was given to Cervi.
** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of that lackluster mess that was made instead? Word is that the movie was finished to about 80%.

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* FakeNationality: In the 1950s-1960s films, Italian priest Don Camillo is played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent.
* HeAlsoDid: The screenplay of the classic films was written by French writer Creator/ReneBarjavel, who is much more famous for his science-fiction novels.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Creator/GinoCervi was originally cast as Don Camillo, but then the makers of the first film were stumped to find a good Peppone. For a time, Giovannino Guareschi considered playing the communist mayor himself (he certainly looked the part), but then someone suggested Don Camillo be played by Fernandel and the part of Peppone was given to Cervi.
** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of that lackluster mess that was made instead? Word is that the movie was finished to about 80%.
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* FakeNationality: Italian priest Don Camillo, played by Frenchman Creator/{{Fernandel}}. Who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't do anything to hide his South-Eastern France accent]]. Interestingly, this means that in the French dub, pretty much all the actors were dubbed with the same accent, which makes it one of the very, very few French dubs that don't feature the typically "neutral" (more or less Parisian) French accent.
* HeAlsoDid: The screenplay of the classic films was written by French writer Creator/ReneBarjavel, who is much more famous for his science-fiction novels.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Creator/GinoCervi was originally cast as Don Camillo, but then the makers of the first film were stumped to find a good Peppone. For a time, Giovannino Guareschi considered playing the communist mayor himself (he certainly looked the part), but then someone suggested Don Camillo be played by Fernandel and the part of Peppone was given to Cervi.
** How would a sixth movie with Fernandel have looked instead of that lackluster mess that was made instead? Word is that the movie was finished to about 80%.

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