Known because of their humorous music and parodic knack, Les Charlots certainly are a French comedy-pop group whose documenting career spans many decades, in the mid-’60s before mid-’80s. In addition they appeared in an extended type of slapstick humor films, many of them released through the 1970s when the group was at its top of popularity. Made up of Gérard Rinaldi (vocals), Gérard Filipelli (business lead electric guitar), Luis Rego (tempo acoustic guitar), Jean Sarrus (bass), and Jean-Guy Fechner (drums), the music group made its documenting debut in 1966 using the four-song 7″ EP Chauffe Marcel… for the label Disques Vogue. In 1967 the music group produced its full-length recording debut using the live documenting Les Charlots ? l’Olympia, adopted soon thereafter that same yr from the studio room work Charlow’up. Les Charlots continued to be highly energetic on Disques Vogue through the entire 1960s and ’70s, liberating a variety of singles aswell as albums including Caf’Conc’Charlots (1968), Les Charlots Chantent Boris Vian (1969), Charlotissimo (1969), Il Etait une Fois ? l’Olympia (1969), Charloteries (1971), Les Charlots en Vadrouille (1972), Olympia 72 (1972), Les Grands Succès (1972), Au Pays off des Pesetas (1973), Ce Soir J’attends Valéry (1975), Nouvelle Cuvee (1976), and Et Ta Soeur… (1977). Though Les Charlots continued to be active in following years, their result was sporadic and demonstrated increasingly less well-known as the music group shifted from label to label searching for commercial success. Furthermore to latter-day attempts on labels such as for example Barclay, a number of greatest-hits choices were put together for release over time. While Les Charlots had been at the maximum of their recognition during the past due ’60s and early ’70s, the music group began appearing frequently in an extended type of slapstick humor movies including La Grande Java (1971), Les Bidasses en Folie (1971), Les Fous du Stade (1972), and so many more.