THE LITTLE BATHER (Le Petit Baigneur) is a movie cowritten and directed by Robert Dhéry in 1967. It's a zany comedy in the Marx Brothers's style.
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De Funès owns a shipyard whose main title of glory is a sail boat named The Little Bather. Dhéry, De Funès's employee, succeeds in his attempt of making the boat recognized officially just before been fired by his boss.
After having destroyed the prototype of The Little Bather during a rage crisis, De Funès understands that he's committed a very big mistake by firing Dhéry. He will spend the next week-end trying to reconcile with his former employee and trying to prevent Dhéry from signing with an Italian businessman.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler