International film star Bruno Cremer brings the beloved Parisian Inspector Maigret to life in this definitive series of filmed adaptations of legendary writer Georges Simenon’s bestselling crime novels.
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Early one morning, a twelve-year-old choirboy witnesses a murder and then flees the scene. Directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre, 1997.
In his investigation into the fatal stabbing of a hard-drinking Australian man, Maigret meets two women who were central in the dead man’s life. Directed by Michel Favart, 1997.
Maigret is faced with the sudden appearance of a dead body and the disappearance of a wealthy art dealer. Directed by Pierre Koralnik, 1997.
Maigret travels to Belgium for an off-the-record investigation and keeps running across an ex-police investigator. Directed by Pierre Joassin, 1997.
Maigret goes undercover and gets a room in a boarding house so he can observe a woman who’s living there with her children. Directed by Philippe Bérenger, 1998.
The body of a homeless man is discovered in a garden owned by two sisters who’ve been locked in a bitter dispute since 1924. Directed by Edwin Baily, 1998.