The Wolf (1949 film)

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The Wolf
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Directed by Guillaume Radot
Written by
Produced byGuillaume Radot
Starring
Cinematography Paul Cotteret
Edited byPierre Caillet
Music by Maurice Thiriet
Production
company
Union Générale Cinématographique
Distributed byAlliance Générale de Distribution Cinématographique
Release date
13 July 1949
Running time
90 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

The Wolf (French: La louve) is a 1949 French drama film directed by Guillaume Radot and starring Claude Génia, Jean Davy and Renaud Mary. [1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Marcel Magniez.

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  1. Gilles p.210

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