|Directed by||Henri-Georges Clouzot|
|Screenplay by|| Jean Ferry |
|Based on||Miquette et sa mere by|
Robert de Flers &
Gaston Arman de Caillavet
|Edited by||Monique Kirsanoff|
|Music by||Albert Lasry|
Compagnie Industrielle et Commerciale Cinématographique
|Distributed by||Les Films Corona|
|14 April 1950|
|Box office||2,159,279 admissions (France) |
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It was shot at the Joinville Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Georges Wakhevitch. Clouzot was reluctant to make the film, but was contractually obliged to. It was not a commercial or critical success. 
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