Signes Exterieurs De Richesse
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Signes Exterieurs De Richesse
Signes extérieurs de richesse
Directed byJacques Monnet
Written byJacques Monnet
Alain Godard
StarringJosiane Balasko
Claude Brasseur
Jean-Pierre Marielle
Charlotte de Turckheim
Jean Reno
Music byEric Bouad
Johnny Hallyday
Pierre Billon (composer)
CinematographyPhilippe Welt
Edited byPierre Gillette
Release date
November 9, 1983
Running time
92 minutes
Box office$8.1 million[1]

Signes extérieurs de richesse is a French comedy film directed by Jacques Monnet, written by Alain Godard and Jacques Monnet, and released in 1983.


Jean-Jacques Lestrade is the owner of a renowned veterinary clinic in Paris who lives in a luxurious apartment. He is part of Parisian high society and lives a wealthy lifestyle surrounded by young women and money. He relies on his trusty accountant, Jérôme Bouvier, to manage his finances. All goes well until the day that Béatrice Flamand, a tax inspector, shows up at his clinic, at which point Lestrade is now in trouble.



  1. ^ "Signes extérieurs de richesse (1983)". JP Box Office. Retrieved . Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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