To Die in Paris

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To Die in Paris
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Allen Reisner
Written by Brad Radnitz
Paul Mason
Starring Louis Jourdan
Kurt Kreuger
Phillippe Fourquet
Stuart Nesbet
Release date
1968
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

To Die in Paris is a 1968 TV film directed by Charles S. Dubin and Allen Reisner and starring Louis Jourdan, Kurt Kreuger, Phillippe Fourquet, and Stuart Nesbet. [1]

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Premise

During World War Two, a French resistance leader is accused of betraying his own side.

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References

  1. To Die in Paris at Louise Jourdan website