Marcel Bluwal

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Marcel Bluwal
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Bluwal in 2020
Born(1925-05-25)25 May 1925
Paris, France
Died23 October 2021(2021-10-23) (aged 96)
Occupation Film director
Screenwriter
Years active1955–2021

Marcel Bluwal (25 May 1925 – 23 October 2021) [1] was a French film director and screenwriter who directed more than 40 films in his career. [2]

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Selected filmography

Director

Actor

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References

  1. )Mort du réalisateur et metteur en scène Marcel Bluwal (in French)
  2. "Marcel Bluwal". Allocine. Retrieved 24 January 2020.