Robert Gys

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Robert Gys
Born22 September 1901
Died15 November 1977
Other namesRobert Albert Eugène Gigault
OccupationArt director
Years active1923-1960 (film)

Robert Gys (1901–1977) was a French art director. [1]

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  1. O'Shaughnessy p.238

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