Judex (1934 film)

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Directed by Maurice Champreux
Written by Arthur Bernède
Louis Feuillade
Maurice Champreux
Produced by Charles Le Fraper
Starring René Ferté
Louise Lagrange
Paule Andral
Cinematography Georges Raulet
Charles Suin
Music by Marius-François Gaillard
Release date
5 May 1934
Running time
95 minutes
Language French

Judex is a 1934 French crime film directed by Maurice Champreux and starring René Ferté, Louise Lagrange and Paule Andral. It features the hero Judex. [1]



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  1. Hardy p.188