Three Telegrams

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Three Telegrams
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Directed by Henri Decoin
Written by
Cinematography Nicolas Hayer
Edited by Annick Millet
Music by Joseph Kosma
Distributed byUGC
Release date
3 November 1950
Running time
97 minutes

Three Telegrams (French: Trois télégrammes) is a 1950 French drama film directed by Henri Decoin and starring Gérard Gervais, Pierrette Simonet and Olivier Hussenot. [1] The film's art direction was by Auguste Capelier. It was made at the Billancourt Studios in Paris.



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  1. Rège p.293