Address 6 Place du Panthéon 75005 Paris, France

Close to the Pantheon, in front of the Saint-Etienne-du-Mont church, number 6 is ideally located on this particularly popular Parisian square.

Designed in 1770 on the former gardens of the Abbey of Sainte-Geneviève, the Pantheon square necessitated the destruction of the Lisieux college, founded in 1336 by Guy d’Harcourt.

The present Pantheon was formerly called the church of Sainte-Geneviève, hence the name of its neighboring street, the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève. The change of name took place after the Revolution.

From 1930 to 1999, number 6 was home to composer Maurice Duruflé and his companion organist Marie-Madeleine Chevalier. A plaque on the facade of the building pays homage to them.

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The Sucker in a limited edition 50th anniversary box set

The Sucker in a limited edition 50th anniversary box set

Discover the limited edition 50th anniversary box set of the Sucker in restored version with screenplay of the film annotated by Gérard Oury, selection of press articles assembled by the director’s mother and Blu-Ray exclusive bonus.

SYNOPSIS: Antoine Maréchal’s vacation is in jeopardy. Upon his departure, his 2 CV was reduced to rubble by the Rolls of Saroyan. To compensate him, the latter offers him an all-expenses paid Naples-Bordeaux trip, driving a superb Cadillac stuffed with drugs and diamonds…

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