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La nuit du carrefour ()


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A gang of thieves utilizes a cross-road garage as the hideaway. During their last caper, the gang has accidentally murdered a jewel thief, and the heat is on.

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Le commissaire Maigret
Georges Térof ...
Lucas (as G. Terof)
Winna Winifried ...
Else Andersen (as Winna Winfried)
Georges Koudria ...
Carl Andersen (as George Koudria)
Dignimont ...
Oscar
G.A. Martin ...
Granjean (as Martin)
Michel Duran ...
Jojo
Jean Gehret ...
Emile Michonnet (as Gehret)
Boulicot ...
Un gendarme
Max Dalban ...
Le docteur (as Dalban)
Roger Gaillard ...
Le boucher (as Gaillard)
Jean Mitry ...
Arsène
Jane Pierson ...
Mme Michonnet
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Guido (as Rabby)
Lucie Vallat ...
Michelle, la femme d'Oscar

Directed by

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Jean Renoir

Written by

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Georges Simenon ... (novel)
 
Jean Renoir ... (adaptation and dialogue)

Cinematography by

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Georges Asselin
Marcel Lucien

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Marguerite Renoir ... (as Marguerite Houllé-Renoir)

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Suzanne de Troeye ... assistant editor

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William Aguet

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Jacques Becker ... production manager
Roger Gaillard ... unit manager

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Jacques Becker ... assistant director
Maurice Blondeau ... assistant director
Jean Mitry ... second assistant director (uncredited)

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Jean Castanier ... assistant art director

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Robert Bugnon ... sound (as Bugnon)
Joseph de Bretagne ... sound

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Paul Fabian ... assistant camera
Claude Renoir ... assistant camera

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Mimi Champagne ... script girl

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Also Known As
  • Night at the Crossroads (World-wide, English title)
  • A Noite da Encruzilhada (Brazil)
  • La noche de la encrucijada (Uruguay)
  • Noc na raskrscu (Yugoslavia, Serbian title)
  • Tienristeyksen yö (Finland)
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Trivia Georges Simenon was living on a houseboat when his novel was published in 1931. Very shortly afterwards, he was sitting on the deck of his boat, typing a new novel, when a large car drew up on the quay to which it was moored, and a stranger got out. It was Jean Renoir, a film-maker Simenon admired but did not know, who went straight up to him and made an offer for the film rights on the spot. Simenon accepted immediately and the deal went through with no further complications - quite possibly the quickest and most straightforward sale of film rights to a novel in movie history. The two men were lifelong friends thereafter and Simenon was devastated by Jean Renoir's death, some 47 years later. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Une histoire seule (1989). See more »

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