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Bluebeard ()

Landru (original title)
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Follows a family-man who meets women through lonely hearts ads.

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Célestine Buisson
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Berthe Heon
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Mme X. / Madame Ixe (as Hildegarde Neff)
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Anna, Marie, Angèle Colomb
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Fernande Segret
Catherine Rouvel ...
Andrée Babelet
Françoise Lugagne ...
Catherine Landru
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Madame Guillin
Denise Provence ...
Madame Laporte
Serge Bento ...
Maurice Landru
Claude Mansard ...
Maître de Moro Gafferi, Landru's defence attorney
Robert Burnier ...
Le président / Presiding judge
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Le procureur / Prosecutor
Jean-Louis Maury ...
Comissaire Belin
Diane Lepvrier ...
Suzanne Landru, Landru's Daughter
Gisèle Sandré ...
Georgette
Pierre Vernier ...
Un magistrat
René Pannetrat
Jacques Munier
Louis Lyonnet ...
Un inspecteur
Pierre Lafont
Huguette Forge ...
Madame Vidal
Joseph Hindley
André Dino ...
(as André Dinot)
André Fouché ...
Le docteur Paul
Eric Muller
Robert Barre
Philippe Castelli ...
Un inspecteur de police
Jacques Robiolles ...
Un juré
Alain Quercy
Henri Attal ...
Un gendarme
Dominique Zardi ...
Un gendarme
Sacha Briquet ...
Le substitut / Assistant prosecutor
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Georges Clemenceau
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Georges Mandel
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Henri-Desiré Landru
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean-Marie Arnoux ...
Un spectateur au procès (uncredited)
André Badin ...
Le gardien de la paix au square (uncredited)
Charles Bayard ...
Un juré (uncredited)
Christian Lude ...
(uncredited)
Franck Maurice ...
Un homme au procès (uncredited)
Louis Saintève ...
L'assesseur somnolent (uncredited)
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(uncredited)
Roger Vincent ...
Le prêtre à l'exécution (uncredited)

Directed by

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Claude Chabrol

Written by

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Françoise Sagan ... (scenario)
 
Françoise Sagan ... (dialogue)

Produced by

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Georges de Beauregard ... producer
Carlo Ponti ... producer

Music by

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Pierre Jansen

Cinematography by

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Jean Rabier

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Jacques Gaillard

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Monique Gaillard ... assistant editor

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Jacques Saulnier

Set Decoration by

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Georges Houssaye

Costume Design by

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Maurice Albray

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Maud Begon ... key hair stylist
Louis Bonnemaison ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Clément Ollier ... unit manager
Roger Scipion ... unit manager

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Charles L. Bitsch ... second assistant director
Francis Cognany ... first assistant director
Jean Grouet ... second second assistant director
Claude Laporte ... trainee assistant director

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Joseph Gerhard ... props

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M. Caziot ... assistant sound
Julien Coutelier ... sound
Paul Durand ... re-recording mixer
Victor Revelli ... boom operator

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Raymond Cauchetier ... still photographer
Michel Humeau ... assistant camera
Alain Levent ... camera operator
Roger Robert ... key grip
Claude Zidi ... assistant camera

Music Department

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André Girard ... musical director

Other crew

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Suzon Faye ... script supervisor
Jean Lavie ... unit administrator

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

France, WWI. Landru, the father of four children, contacts Parisian women through newspaper ads, seduces and eventually kills them. Written by Vincent Merlaud

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Taglines His women always meet their match! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Bluebeard (United States)
  • Er det synd at myrde kvinder? (Denmark)
  • Barba Azul (Mexico)
  • Der Frauenmörder von Paris (West Germany)
  • Landrú (Argentina)
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  • 115 min
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Trivia During the shooting of the movie, producer Carlo Ponti was so appalled by Stéphane Audran's performance that he asked 'who's that slut who's playing Fernande?' Director Claude Chabrol (who was already engaged to Audran) slapped Ponti in the face and screamed 'that's my woman!' The director and the actress married one year later. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in My Journey Through French Cinema (2016). See more »
Soundtracks La Marseillaise See more »
Quotes Presiding judge: Tell us what you know about Andrée Babelet.
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