Portuguese Vacation

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Portuguese Vacation
Portuguese Vacation.jpg
Directed by Pierre Kast
Written by
Produced by
Cinematography Raoul Coutard
Edited by
Music by Georges Delerue
Jad Films
Release date
9 October 1963
Running time
97 minutes
  • France
  • Portugual
Language French

Portuguese Vacation (French: Vacances portugaises) is a 1963 French-Portuguese drama film directed by Pierre Kast and starring Françoise Arnoul, Michel Auclair and Jean-Pierre Aumont. [1]



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  1. Oscherwitz & Higgins p.26