Jean-Louis Bouquet

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Jean-Louis Bouquet
Born26 August 1900
Died15 July 1978 (aged 77)
Paris, France
OccupationWriter, Editor, Director
Years active1920-1951 (film)

Jean-Louis Bouquet (1900–1978) was a French screenwriter. [1] He also edited and directed some films.

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Selected filmography

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  1. Grieveson & Kramer p.352

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