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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Little Thief, The (1989) as Production Company
2.
Confidentially Yours (1984) as Production Company
An accused man's secretary tries to find the real killer.
3.
Good Marriage, A (1982) as Production Company
4.
Woman Next Door, The (1981) as Production Company
Former lovers find themselves unintentionally reunited seven years later as neighbors in a small French village.
5.
The Last Metro (1980) as Production Company
During the Nazi occupation, a beautiful actress hides her Jewish husband in the theater they both run.
6.
Love on the Run (1979) as Production Company
A divorced man continues to search for romantic happiness.
7.
The Man Who Loved Women (1977) as Production Company
An inveterate womanizer tries to make sense of his problem by writing his memoirs.
8.
Small Change (1976) as Production Company
Two children from different backgrounds share the pain and humor of growing up.
9.
The Story of Adele H (1975) as Production Company
After years of living under her father's shadow, the daughter of author Victor Hugo goes mad for love.
10.
Les Lolos de Lola (1975) as Production Company
11.
Such a Gorgeous Kid Like Me (1973) as Production Company
A black comedy about a beautiful woman and her hold on men.
12.
Day for Night (1973) as Production Company
A committed film director struggles to complete his movie while coping with a myriad of crises among the cast and crew.
13.
Two English Girls (1971) as Production Company
A young writer carries on love affairs with two sisters.
14.
Bed & Board (1970)
The adventures of Antoine Doinel continue as he faces up to the responsibilities of adulthood.
15.
Bed & Board (1970) as Production Company
The adventures of Antoine Doinel continue as he faces up to the responsibilities of adulthood.
16.
The 400 Blows (1959) as Production Company
A 12-year-old boy turns to crime to escape family problems.

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