Thank You, Natercia

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Thank You, Natercia
Directed by Pierre Kast
Written byPierre Kast
Peter Oser
Olivier Sylvain
Produced byPeter Oser
Paul Temps
Starring Clara D'Ovar
Pierre Vaneck
Pierre Dudan
Cinematography Sacha Vierny
Edited by Yannick Bellon
Music by Georges Delerue
Jad Films
Release date
Running time
90 minutes
Language French

Thank You, Natercia (French: Merci Natercia!) is a 1963 French drama film directed by Pierre Kast and starring Clara D'Ovar, Pierre Vaneck and Pierre Dudan. [1]



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