Jacques Roitfeld

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Jacques Roitfeld
Born19 January 1889
Died1999 (aged 109110)
Years active1946–1982 (film)

Jacques Roitfeld (1889–1999) was a Russian-born French film producer. [1]


He is the father of Carine Roitfeld and Georges Roitfeld and the grandfather of Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld and Julia Restoin Roitfeld

Selected filmography

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  1. Goble p.254