Rue de l'Estrapade (film)

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Rue de l'Estrapade
Directed by Jacques Becker
Written by Annette Wademant
Release date
April 1953
Country France
Language French

Rue de l'Estrapade is a 1953 French film. [1]

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  1. Article on the film in French at