The Atomic Monsieur Placido

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The Atomic Monsieur Placido
Directed by Robert Hennion
Written by Paul Colline
Starring
Cinematography Raymond Clunie
Edited by Raymond Louveau
Music by
Production
company
Société Nouvelle de Cinématographie
Distributed bySociété Nouvelle de Cinématographie
Release date
  • 5 July 1950 (1950-07-05)
Running time
80 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

The Atomic Monsieur Placido (French: L'atomique Monsieur Placido) is a 1950 French comedy crime film directed by Robert Hennion and starring Rellys, Liliane Bert and René Génin. [1]

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