The Treasure of Cantenac

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The Treasure of Cantenac
The Treasure of Cantenac.jpg
Directed by Sacha Guitry
Written bySacha Guitry
StarringSacha Guitry
Lana Marconi
Michel Lemoine
Cinematography Noël Ramettre
Edited by Gabriel Rongier
Andrée Sélignac
Music by Louiguy
Production
company
B.M.P. Films
Release date
6 September 1950
Running time
105 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

The Treasure of Cantenac (French: Le trésor de Cantenac) is a 1950 French comedy film directed by Sacha Guitry and starring Guitry, Lana Marconi and Michel Lemoine. [1]

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The film's sets were designed by the art director René Renoux.

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  1. Keit p.101

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