Jean Douarinou

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Jean Douarinou
Born17 June 1906
Died1987
OccupationArt Director
Years active1934 - 1967 (film)

Jean Douarinou (1906–1987) was a French art director. [1] He was born in Indochina which was then a French colonial possession. He was the elder brother of the cinematographer Alain Douarinou. He was married to the actress Madeleine Sologne.

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Selected filmography

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  1. Hayward p.440

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