Interpol Against X

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Interpol Against X
Directed by Maurice Boutel
Written byMaurice Boutel
Produced byMaurice Boutel
Starring
Cinematography Enzo Riccioni
Edited by Denise Charvein
Music by
Production
company
Procinor
Distributed byUniversal Films
Release date
25 November 1960
Running time
84 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

Interpol Against X (French: Interpol contre X) is a 1960 French crime film directed by Maurice Boutel and starring Howard Vernon, Maria Vincent and Andrex. [1] It is also known by the alternative title of Dossier AST-555.

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