Jerome Geronimi


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Diabolique (1955) - Chocolate Soup Conspiring murderess teachers Christina (Vera Clouzot) and Nicole (Simone Signoret) are maneuvering to get the school pool drained, in order to advance their plot, in Henri-Georges Clouzot's Diabolique, 1955.
Diabolique (1955) - Hole in the Nylon The body is in the van, as Nicole (Simone Signoret) buys gas and Christina (Vera Clouzot) parries a drunken soldier (Jean Brochard) in Henri-Georges Clouzot's Diabolique, 1955.
Grand Maneuver, The (1955) - France Can Wait A Few Minutes Director Rene Clair opens his first color film, shooting on location in historic Bolougne, his soldier hero Armand (Gerard Philipe) running into immediate trouble, having forgotten his date with Gisele (Simone Valere), in The Grand Maneuver, 1955, with Michele Morgan and Brigitte Bardot.
Grand Maneuver, The (1955) - It Was My Last Chance At a charity event in a French garrison town, Armand (Gerard Philip), with civilian pal (Jacques Francois), gets a first look at Lucie (Brigitte Bardot), then meets Marie-Louise (Michele Morgan), whom he's vowed to seduce via random selection, in Rene Clair's The Grand Maneuver, 1955.
Wages Of Fear, The -- It'll Look Better Just in on the plane, shiftless Frenchman Jo (Charles Vanel) finds a kindred spirit in Italian drifter Mario (Yves Montand), down and out in South America, early in Henri-Georges Clouzot's The Wages Of Fear, 1952.
Wages Of Fear, The -- Only For Voters From the credits, famous opening with bugs, introduction of fictional "Las Piedras," under-employed Mario (Yves Montand) and devoted Linda (Vera Clouzot, the director's wife), from Henri-Georges Clouzot's The Wages Of Fear, 1952.
Diabolique (1955) - She'll Bury Us All Students and teachers being sprung for holiday, as spouse Christina (Vera Clouzot), mistress Nicole (Simone Signoret) and headmaster Michel (Paul Meurisse) are introduced in Henri-Georges Clouzot's Diabolique, 1955.
Diabolique (1955) - Michel Delasalle Not quite a SPOILER (!!) as guilty and sickly Christina (Vera Clouzot) is alarmed by freaky noises and ruminations of her dead husband Michel in the school sleeping quarters, in Henri-Georges Clouzot's Diabolique, 1955.

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