Clear the Ring

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Au revoir M. Grock
Directed by Pierre Billon
Written by Christian-Falaize
Nino Constantini
Starring Grock
Music by Henri Sauguet
Release date
19 January 1950 (France)
Running time
107 minutes (97 minutes - West Germany)
CountryFrance/West Germany

Clear the Ring, French title Au revoir M. Grock (English: Farewell Mr Grock), is a French comedy drama film from 1950, directed by Pierre Billon, written by Christian-Falaize, and starring Grock and Louis de Funès. The German title of the film is Grock: Der Mann der die Welt zum Lachen brachte or Manege frei. [1]



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