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Langlois (1970)

Henri Langlois tour of French Cinemathèque early locations.
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Credited cast:
Kenneth Anger ... Himself
Ingrid Bergman ... Herself
Catherine Deneuve ... Herself
Lillian Gish ... Herself
Jean-Luc Godard ... Himself (archive footage)
Henri Langlois ... Himself
Jean-Pierre Léaud ... Himself (archive footage)
Jean Marais ... Himself (archive footage)
Jeanne Moreau ... Herself
Jean Renoir ... Himself
Simone Signoret ... Herself
François Truffaut ... Himself
Viva ... Herself
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Documentary about French (Turkish born) film historian Henri Langlois (1914-1977), co-founder of the Cinemathèque Française, which progressed from just 10 films in 1936 to 60,000 films in the early 70s. The film also deals with the manifestations of support for Langlois following 1968 French Minister of Culture André Malraux's failed attempt to replace him as head of the Cinemathèque. Written by <fabreu@rio.com.br>

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USA

Language:

English

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1970 (France) See more »

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Black and White (archive footage)| Color
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