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Touche pas à la femme blanche

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Touche pas à la femme blanche ! (France, Italy 1974 / Director: Marco Ferreri)

  • Runtime: 108 min
  • Release Date: 23.1.1974 (France), 8.3.1975 (Italy)

Also known as

Don’t Touch the White Woman! (USA) | Non toccare la donna bianca (Italy) | Berühre nicht die weiße Frau (Germany) | Ror inte den vita kvinnan (Sweden) | Ala koske valkoiseen naiseen (Finland) | Fehér asszony ne érints! (Hungary) | Kato ta heria ap' ti lefki gynaika (Greece) | Não Toques na Mulher Branca (Portugal) | No tocar a la mujer blanca (Spain) | The True Story of General Custer

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Catherine Deneuve (Marie-Hélène de Boismonfrais), Marcello Mastroianni (General George Armstrong Custer), Michel Piccoli (Buffalo Bill), Philippe Noiret (General Terry), Ugo Tognazzi (Mitch), Alain Cuny (Sitting Bull), Serge Reggiani (Crazy Horse), Darry Cowl (Major Archibald), Monique Chaumette (Sister Lucie), Daniele Dublino (government official), Henri Piccoli (Sitting Bull's father), Franca Bettoia (Rayon de Lune), Paolo Villaggio (CIA Agent/Professor Pinkerton), Franco Fabrizi (Major Tom Custer), Laurente Vedres (as Vedres et Boutang)(soldier), Pierre-André Boutang (as Vedres et Boutang)(soldier), Francine Custer (Hermione Terry), Solange Koch, Maritin, Jeff Zimmermann (as Jeff Zimmerman), Gian Marco Tognazzi (Mitch's son), L'Automate Mr. John, Noël Simsolo, Marco Ferreri (Kellogg), Solange Blondeau, Eve Vergel, Jacques Robiolles, Bertrand Tavernier, Andre Cagnard
  • Story: Marco Ferreri
  • Screenplay: Marco Ferreri, Rafael Azcona
  • Cinematography: Etienne Becker [Technicolor, widescreen]
  • Music: Philippe Sarde
  • Producers: Jean-Pierre Rassam, Jean Yanne


In this surreal, satirical comedy, Italian director Marco Ferreri presents his take on the classic American Western, sympathizing with the Indian instead of the cowboy. This time the Battle of Little Big Horn, the scene of General Custer's humiliating defeat by the Indians, rages at the demolished site of a formerly thriving marketplace in Paris. Westerners have always played loose with the facts, and this film is no exception. Marcello Mastroianni is a preening, primping General Custer who is transported to Paris in the Nineteen Seventies to clear the area of Indians. Michel Piccoli is an effeminate Buffalo Bill, who performs at a Parisian nightclub, and Ugo Tognazzi is an Indian scout who runs a shop where atrocities are among the souvenirs and white women are the sweatshop labor. Catherine Deneuve is the seemingly demure frontier gal who literally picks up Custer before the Indians do. In addition to being a comedy that indulges in slapstick and sheer buffoonery, it takes a wry look at many of the political and social issues, particularly Indian genocide, that shaped America.