Louis De Funès filmography is endless, as the public who continue to love it for it's comic genius
and expressive power. In France, and around the world, it’s a timeless icon.
"La Grande Vadrouille" (“Don’t look now… We’re begin shot at!”)
is undoubtedly his best known film (in addition to being one of the greatest
successes of French cinema) where he was paired with Bourvil, another myth of the
French comedy, and that made them both real international stars.
The contrast between the simple painter Bourvil and the aristocratic director De Funès
created an explosive mixture of comic remained as famous and loved as you loved it before.
The performance of the stpiteful conductor of the Opéra Ganier of Paris, Stanislas Lefort,
is now imprinted in the history of comic cinema of all time and remains one of its
most successful roles.
Never before has the figure of Louis De Funès been honored with a realization of this level: an unprecedented statue.
This is a gift for all the admirers of his great comic art.
Working on the film, we decided to start with the legendary Stanislas Lefort, choosing to represent him in his two “versions” exactly as it appears in the film: the great conductor with the legendary white wig (a clear tribute to the great Karajan) and without , or the man fleeing the Germans. For this reason the statue is provided with an interchangeable “alternative” head so that it can be obtained both in the Lefort version and in the more familiar De Funès version.
The base of the statue is a tribute to the large balcony of the Opéra Garnier of Paris reproducing with extreme care a part in all the smallest details.
A statue in Limited Edition destined to enter the legend of the great Louis De Funès.
- Height: Inch. 9,8 (11,4 with stick)
- Width: Inch. 6,2
- Weight: Kg. 1,0
- Limited Edition: 400
- Sculpt: Daniele “Danko” Angelozzi
- Paint: Dario Barbera
- Art Direction: Fabio Berruti
- License: Studiocanal