|Coup De Torchon (Générique)||3:14|
|La Java De La Masochiste||2:34|
|Rose Et Marcaillou||1:13|
|Ce Soir On Fête Munich||3:12|
|Dans Les Rues De Saint Louis||3:21|
|Dans La Chambre Vide (Romance)||3:57|
|Anne Et Cordier||1:52|
|La Jave (Orchestral)||2:41|
|Je Suis Mort Il y A Si Longtemps (Générique Fin)||5:14|
|PL 37583||Philippe Sarde||Coup De Torchon (Bande Originale Du Film) (LP, Album)||RCA Records||PL 37583||France||1981|
|SL 9511||Philippe Sarde||Coup De Torchon (LP, Album)||DRG Records||SL 9511||US||1981|
Coup de Torchon is a 1981 French film adaptation of Jim Thompson's 1964 novel Pop. 1280, directed by Bertrand Tavernier. The film changes the novel's setting from a West Texas oil boom town to a small town in French West Africa. The film had 2,199,309 admissions in France and was the 16th most attended film of the year. In a little town in French West Africa in 1938, Lucien Cordier is the only policeman. Unable or unwilling to impose his authority, he is treated with scorn by everybody.
Beau-père (bande originale de film), 2003. Beau-père (bande originale de film), 2003.