The Red Head (1932 film)

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The Red Head
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Directed by Julien Duvivier
Written by
Edited by Marthe Poncin
Music by Alexander Tansman
Les Films Marcel Vandal et Charles Delac
Distributed by Pathé-Natan
Release date
4 November 1932
Running time
91 minutes
Language French

The Red Head (French: Poil de carotte) is a 1932 French drama film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Harry Baur, Robert Lynen and Louis Gauthier. [1] It is a remake of Duvivier's 1925 silent film The Red Head .


The film's art direction was by Lucien Aguettand and Lucien Carré.


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  1. Crisp p.69