Chaque jour a son secret

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Chaque jour a son secret
Directed by Claude Boissol
Written by Paul Andréota
Claude Boissol
Pierre Laroche
Produced byGray-Film, Socipex, Vascos Films
Starring Jean Marais
Danièle Delorme
Music by Eddie Barclay
Release dates
11 June 1958 (France); 3 April 1959 (West Germany)
Running time
90 minutes
Box office592,024 admissions (France) [1]

Chaque jour a son secret (English: Every Day Has Its Secret) is a French thriller film from 1958, directed by Claude Boissol, written by Paul Andréota, starring Jean Marais. The scenario was based on a novel of Maria Luisa Linarès. [2] It was shot at the Billancourt Studios in Paris.



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  1. "Box Office Figures for Jean Marais films". Box Office Story.
  2. Chaque jour a son secret (1958) at the Films de France