On stage and on television, Guy Bedos was a comedian tireless. It has never ceased to mock the French, one that we have nicknamed the "redneck to Cabu", a little macho, always grumpy, flirty, misogynistic, a bit reaction... his tone of voice sometimes touching, sometimes side-splitting, Bedos enjôlait its audience, and the stroke in the direction of the hair. And the second, after, it to him before nappa landed without warning a pike humorous a tad vacharde.read also : Guy Bedos, the funny with the sad
Bateleur born, a man of spectacle power and on-vitamin-enriched, Guy Bedos spent his time pacing the stage, occupying the ground like a boxer on a ring. Over the skits and decades, Bedos will have enriched his palette of roles, ranging from social satire to poetry sudden. Always fair, sometimes vulgar, but never coarse, his sketches chiseled remains of the monuments of wit and humour.
1) Dredge (1972)
It is necessarily the sketch, the most well-known of Guy Bedos. Not only because it is past and gone at the television in the heyday of entertainment Marita and Gilbert Carpentier, but also because it presents the duo with his accomplice and future wife, Sophie Daumier. A man invites a woman to dance a slow. The idea of genius is to have built a sort of voice off, in the form of a stream of thought that says in direct sequence. On one side the feelings of the young woman. On the other, that of the man. The two are obviously not in phase, so that the image we are witnessing a beautiful moment of dance very close to the body. "Mine is nothing, I am in the process of packing, me. Vas-y Jeannot ! " boasts Bedos. And in response, Sophie Daumier responds: "But it is stupid, this guy ! "