Les femmes sont folles

Genre: Comedy
90 min

who cared for Madame Robilleau,

now deceased and sadly missed.

Excuse me.

It's insane, this is a chateau...

not a zoo.

Before you know,

they'll be tossing us bread.

Their appreciation of my treasures

warms my heart.

When I think of little me

stretched on the sofa,

where Jean-Jacques Rousseau

himself lay.

It's like wearing a hat of Napoleon's.

Or the sword of Damocles.

Through here ladies and gentlemen.

At least Jean-Jacques Rousseau

is dead.

You won't risk falling in love with him,

like with Robert Patrick.

Through here ladies and gentlemen.

Would the last through

be good enough to close the door.

Rousseau signed 'The Social Contract'

with this pen.

- No!

- I can't buy it ?

Don't be crazy.

It's a museum piece.

Couldn't I make an offer?

No, I'm not for sale,


I didn't want you

I wanted the quill pen.

No. Nothing doing.

Through here ladies and gentlemen.

And here we have the vacuum cleaners

down the years.

Much trial and error

leading to the great discovery

of the Robilleau DeLuxe,

the vacuum cleaner everybody wants.

Fans might like to admire

the prototype designs.

Ladies and gents...

here the artist has painted,

the famous Hector Robilleau himself

at the moment

he seized upon his original idea

of a silent 3-speed vacuum cleaner,

the Robilleau DeLuxe.

Dull eyes...stupid expression.

Someone who sells vacuum-cleaners !

So here now,

pairing with the famed industrialist,

is the Marshal de Saxe.

Now would you all please come into

the Blue Lounge.

Now, this pen's got to have a price !

I can certainly see

that you're a connoisseur, sir.

I have to ask myself

"Would Rousseau approve?".

Let's say 6,000.

- Zank you !

- Entirely welcome.

Au revoir.

Au revoir.

You can admire a Louis XV clock

on the mantelpiece.

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