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3 Godfathers (1948) Poster

(1948)

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Release Dates 

USA 25 November 1948 (Washington, D.C.) (premiere)
USA 3 March 1949 (New York City, New York)
Sweden 5 September 1949
Finland 14 April 1950
Italy 21 October 1950
France 17 November 1950
Japan 6 May 1953
Turkey April 1954
Austria 1956
West Germany 20 April 1956
Denmark 25 March 1968
West Germany 1 January 1970 (TV premiere)
Portugal 15 January 1984 (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian)
France 30 June 2004 (re-release)
Austria 1 November 2014 (Vienna International Film Festival)

Also Known As (AKA) 

Argentina Tres hijos del diablo
Austria Spuren im Sand
Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) Трима кръстници
Brazil O Céu Mandou Alguém
Canada (English title) 3 Godfathers
Canada (French title) Le fils du désert
Denmark Tre liv for ét
Spain Tres padrinos
Finland Pako yli aavikon
France Le fils du désert
UK Three Godfathers
Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Oi treis drapetes
Greece Οι τρεις δραπέτες
Hungary Három keresztapa
Italy In nome di Dio
Poland Trzej ojcowie chrzestni
Portugal Os 3 padrinhos
Portugal (literal title) Os três Padrinhos
Romania 3 Nasi
Sweden Flykt genom öknen
Soviet Union (Russian title) (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Tri krestnykh ottsa
Soviet Union (Russian title) Три крестных отца
Turkey (Turkish title) Çöl yavrusu
USA (alternative spelling) Three Godfathers
West Germany Spuren im Sand

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