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Prison sans barreaux is a 1938 French film directed by Léonide Moguy. It was set in a reformatory for young girls. [1]

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It won the Bienelle at the Venice Film Festival and was remade by Alex Korda. [2]

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References

  1. "Prison sans barreaux". Monthly Film Bulletin. Vol. 5. 1938. p. 241. ProQuest   1305806548.
  2. Frank Daugherty (Nov 26, 1943). "Damascus setting for film in which sanders will star". The Christian Science Monitor. ProQuest   514427000.
  3. "CORINNE LUCHAIRE, A FRENCH ACTRESS". New York Times. Jan 24, 1950. ProQuest   111554389.