Toi, le venin

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Toi, le venin
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Directed by Robert Hossein
Written by Robert Hossein
Frédéric Dard (novel)
Produced byJules Borkon
Starring Robert Hossein
Marina Vlady
Odile Versois
CinematographyRobert Juillard
Edited byGilbert Natot
Music by André Hossein
Production
companies
Champs-Élysées Productions
Filmauro
Distributed byPathé Consortium Cinéma
Release date
  • 27 March 1959 (1959-03-27)
Running time
92 minutes
CountriesFrance
Italy
LanguageFrench

Toi, le venin (aka: Blonde in a White Car; US title: Nude in a White Car; UK title: Night Is Not for Sleep) is a 1959 French mystery film directed and written by Robert Hossein, based on the novel C'est toi le venin... by Frédéric Dard. The music score was by André Hossein. The film tells the story of a young man who has affairs with two sisters.

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