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Jour de Fete (1949) Poster

(1949)

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The movie was originally filmed in Thomson-color, a process that became extinct before prints of the film could be shown and was previously only available in a black and white version that was filmed as a precaution, in case the color process was not perfect. In 1995 the color copy was restored and published by Tati's daughter Sophie Tatischeff, and cinematographer François Ede.
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Many of the gags in this movie were previously used nearly identically in The School for Postmen (1947).
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After two short films, this was the first feature length film directed by Jacques Tati.
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