The Width of the Pavement

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The Width of the Pavement is a 1956 French film directed by Léonide Moguy.


It was known as Le long des trottoirs and Diary of a Bad Girl. [1] [2]


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  2. Thompson, H. (May 30, 1958). "New french import". New York Times. ProQuest   114585121.