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Et mourir de plaisir
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Literature for
Blood and Roses (1960) More at IMDbPro »Et mourir de plaisir (original title)

Printed Media Reviews
"Et mourir de plaisir". In: "L'Avant-Scène Cinéma" (Paris, France), Iss. # 20, 15 November 1962, Pg. 49, (MG)
"Vadim's shocker". In: "Photoplay", (UK), Vol. 6, June 1961, Pg. 50-51, (MG)

Original Literary Source
Carlisle, Robin. "Blood and Roses". (New York City, New York, USA), Hillman Books, 1960, Pg. 144, (BK), (Novelization of the Screenplay by Roger Vadim & Roger Vailland)
Le Fanu, Sheridan. "In a Glass Darkly". (London, Great Britain), Richard Bentley & Son, 1872, (BK), 1840225521

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