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Julie the Redhead

Julie the Redhead

A Feature film by Claude Boissol

Produced by Films Matignon, Metzger et Woog

Release in France : 12/08/1959


    When an artist falls in love with his model, he wants no more than to marry her and live happily ever after. Then his father calls him back to reality and forces him to join the family business, changing his life forever. He marries another woman, has a son, and dies leaving two-thirds of his fortune to his lost love. His son seeks out his father's old flame, only to discover that she has died and left a daughter behind. He then decides to romance the daughter so as to keep her inherited two-thirds of his father's fortune "all in the family."

    Actors (22)

    Production and distribution (3)

    Executive Producers :

    Films Matignon, Metzger et Woog

    French distribution :

    Pathé Consortium Cinéma

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    Full credits (15)

    Executive Producers :

    Georges Glass, Robert Woog

    Adaptation :

    Paul Andreota, Claude Boissol

    Screenwriters :

    Paul Andreota, Claude Boissol

    Camera Operator :

    Maurice Fellous

    Editor :

    Louis Devaivre

    Production Designer :

    Robert Guisgand

    Choreographer :

    George Reich

    Still Photographer :

    Roger Corbeau

    Assistant Director :

    Henri Toulout

    Dialogue Writer :

    Paul Andreota

    Director of Photography :

    Roger Fellous

    Production Manager :

    Fred Genty

    Continuity supervisor :

    Odette Lemarchand

    Music Composer :

    René-Louis Lafforgue

    Costume designer :

    Alyette Samazeuilh

    Technical details

    Feature film

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    Runtime :

    1 h 32 min

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    Black & White

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