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Si Pierre Dac (1893-1975) n'avait pas existé, une certaine forme d'humour resterait à inventer : l'humour loufoque. tant donné ma hauteur, je suis votre maître soixante-trois. Books related to Pierre Dac, mon maître 63. Skip this list.
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