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Bye bye, Barbara (1969)

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A journalist meets a pretty, young woman in Biarritz and they fall in love with each other. Once they have returned to Paris the woman disappears mysteriously.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ewa Swann ...
Paula
Philippe Avron ...
Jerôme Thomas
Bruno Cremer ...
Hugo Michelli
Alexandra Stewart ...
Eve Michelli
Michel Duchaussoy ...
Dimitri
Jacques Destoop ...
Eterlou
Anny Duperey ...
Aglaé
Yves Brainville ...
Le commissaire
Jean Eskenazi ...
Ménélasse
Gérard Desarthe ...
Bambi
Anne Talbot ...
Sylvie
Daniel Sarky ...
Marc
Jean-Pierre Sentier ...
Bruno
Yan Brian ...
Inspecteur Dermot
Pascal Aubier ...
Raphaël
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A journalist meets a pretty, young woman in Biarritz and they fall in love with each other. Once they have returned to Paris the woman disappears mysteriously. Written by Volker Boehm

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Comedy | Thriller

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26 March 1969 (France)  »

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Adio Barbara  »

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Bye Bye Barbara
Written and sung by Nina Companeez
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Mystery and charm
23 November 2001 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

A movie full of mystery and charm with characters who are mysterious as well. The atmosphere of the beautiful region o South West of France, and then Paris, gives another charming and pleasant background. The actors play in a very simple, sober yet full of feeling. It is a good movie to see and see again.


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