Three Telegrams

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Three Telegrams
Three Telegrams.jpg
Directed by Henri Decoin
Written by Alex Joffé
Henri Decoin
Starring Gérard Gervais
Pierrette Simonet
Olivier Hussenot
Music by Joseph Kosma
Cinematography Nicolas Hayer
Edited by Annick Millet
Production
company
Union Générale Cinématographique (UGC)
Les Films Modernes
Distributed by UGC
Release date
3 November 1950
Running time
97 minutes
Country France
Language French

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.

Henri Decoin Film director, Screenwriter

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Billancourt Studios was a film studio in Paris which operated between 1922 and 1992. Located in Boulogne-Billancourt, it was one of the leading French studios. It was founded in the silent era by Henri Diamant-Berger. During the Second World War the studio was used by Continental Films, a company backed by the German occupiers.

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  1. Rège p.293

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