St. Val's Mystery

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St. Val's Mystery is a 1945 French film starring Fernandel directed by René Le Hénaff.


An insurance-office clerk dreams of being a great detective. The clerk's uncle, who also happens to be his boss, sends his nephew off on a wild goose chase during which he uncovers a real life murder.[1]


The film was a big hit in France, recording admissions of 2,397,153.[2]


  1. Film information accessed 30 April 2015
  2. Fernandel films box office in France at Box Office Story

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