1960s French film stubs

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  1. Scheherazade

    Scheherazade (1963)


    Shéhérazade is a 1963 French adventure film directed by Pierre Gaspard-Huit and starring Anna Karina.

  2. Black Tights

    Black Tights (1960)


    Black Tights (1-2-3-4 ou Les Collants noirs) is a 1961 French anthology film featuring four ballet segments shot in Technirama and directed by Terence Young.

  3. OSS 117 prend des vacances

    OSS 117 prend des vacances (1970)


    OSS 117 takes a vacation/Hot Holidays for OSS 117/OSS 117 prend des vacances is a French/Brazilian international co-production 1970 spy film directed by Pierre Kalfon who also co-wrote and co-produced the film. It starred Luc Merenda, Edwige Feuillère and Elsa Martinelli. The film is one of the OSS 117 series of films, and was based on the 1968 novel Vacances Pour OSS 117 by Josette Bruce the widow of Jean Bruce who also co-wrote the film. The film was shot in Guarujá.

  4. Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez

    Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez (1964)


    The Troops of St. Tropez (French: Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez; literally The Policeman from Saint-Tropez) is a 1964 French comedy film with Louis de Funès. The film mostly takes place in Saint-Tropez, a fashionable resort on the French Riviera. Louis de Funès plays Ludovic Cruchot, the sergeant of gendarmerie of Saint-Tropez. It is the first film in The gendarme series, and has spawned five sequels.

  5. A Very Private Affair

    A Very Private Affair (1962)


    A Very Private Affair (French: Vie privée) is a 1962 French film directed by Louis Malle and starring Brigitte Bardot.

  6. Male Hunt

    Male Hunt (1964)


    Male Hunt is a 1964 French film starring Jean Paul Belmondo. Its French title was La chasse à l'homme.

  7. Fantômas

    Fantômas (1964)


    Fantômas is a 1964 French film starring Jean Marais as the arch villain with the same name opposite Louis de Funès as the earnest but outclassed commissaire Paul Juve. In the film Juve teams up with journalist Fandor, also played by Marais, trying to catch Fantômas but never quite succeeding. It was France's answer, in 1964, to the James Bond phenomenon that swept the world at around the same time. It is the first ever of a trilogy film, and Fantômas became extremely successful in Europe, the Soviet Union and Japan. It found success even in the United States, where fan websites exist to this day. Mylène Demongeot plays "Hélène Gurn", the girlfriend of "Jérôme Fandor", Fantômas' arch enemy. The general tone of the films is more light-hearted than the original Fantômas novels. Commissaire Juve, as played by Louis de Funès, becomes a comedic character, much different from his literary counterpart.

  8. A Woman Is a Woman

    A Woman Is a Woman (1961)


    A Woman Is a Woman (French: Une femme est une femme) is a 1961 French film directed by Jean-Luc Godard, featuring Anna Karina, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean-Claude Brialy. It is a tribute to American musical comedy and associated with the French New Wave. It is notable for being the first film Jean-Luc Godard shot in color and Cinemascope.

  9. Fantômas se déchaîne

    Fantômas se déchaîne (1965)


    Fantômas se déchaîne (English: Fantomas Unleashed) is a 1965 film starring Jean Marais as the arch villain with the same name opposite Louis de Funès as the earnest but outclassed commissaire Juve and the journalist Fandor, also played by Marais. It was France's answer, with the Fantômas trilogy starting in 1964, to the James Bond phenomenon that swept the world at around the same time. It is the second in the trilogy of Fantômas films, that became extremely successful in Europe and Soviet Union and found success even in the United States and Japan. In this episode Jean Marais also plays professor Lefebvre.

  10. The Oldest Profession

    The Oldest Profession (1967)


    The Oldest Profession (French: Le Plus Vieux Métier du monde) is a 1967 French comedy film. It features contributions from six different film directors, each one doing a segment on prostitution through the ages.

  11. The Gendarme Gets Married

    The Gendarme Gets Married (1968)


    The Gendarme Gets Married (French: Le gendarme se marie) is the continuation of the gendarme series, starring again Louis de Funès and one more time Geneviève Grad as his daughter. This comedy film succeeds Gendarme in New York and is followed by three further instalments.

  12. Cleo from 5 to 7

    Cleo from 5 to 7 (1962)


    Cléo from 5 to 7 (French: Cléo de 5 à 7) is a 1962 Left Bank film by Agnès Varda. The story starts with a young singer, Florence "Cléo" Victoire, at 5pm on June 22, as she waits until 6:30pm to hear the results of a medical test that will possibly confirm a diagnosis of cancer. The film is noted for its handling of several of the themes of existentialism, including discussions of mortality, the idea of despair, and leading a meaningful life. The film has a strong feminine viewpoint and raises questions about how women are perceived. The role of mirrors are prevalent to symbolize self-obsession.

  13. The Condemned of Altona

    The Condemned of Altona (1962)


    The Condemned of Altona (Italian: I sequestrati di Altona) is a 1962 Italian-French drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica. It is based on the play of the same name by Jean-Paul Sartre. For this film Vittorio De Sica won the David di Donatello for Best Director.

  14. The Truth

    The Truth (1960)


    The Truth (French: La Vérité) is a 1960 French film directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

  15. The Battle of Austerlitz

    The Battle of Austerlitz (1960)


    Austerlitz is a 1960 film directed by Abel Gance and starring Jean Marais, Rossano Brazzi, Jack Palance, Claudia Cardinale, Vittorio de Sica, Orson Welles, Leslie Caron and Elvire Popesco. Pierre Mondy portrays Napoleon in this film about his victory at the Battle of Austerlitz. Leslie Caron plays the role of his mistress Elisabeth Le Michaud d'Arçon.

  16. Farewell, Friend

    Farewell, Friend (1968)


    Adieu l’ami (Farewell Friend) is a 1968 French-Italian film directed by Jean Herman; producer Serge Silberman, screenplay by Sebastien Japrisot. The film was released in the United States in 1973 under the title "Honor Among Thieves", that version of which is available on DVD from Lionsgate.

  17. Angelique and the King

    Angelique and the King (1965)


    Angélique et le Roy known in Italy as Angelica alla corte del re or Angelica (Angelique) and the King is a 1966 French historical romantic adventure film directed by Bernard Borderie. Its stars Giuliano Gemma and Michèle Mercier.

  18. Sweet Ecstasy

    Sweet Ecstasy (1962)


    Douce Violence is the third album of the French singer Elsa Lunghini, and it was released in 1992.
    NB. Sound quality: DDD.

  19. Cartouche

    Cartouche (1962)


    Cartouche is a 1962 French film directed by Philippe de Broca and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Claudia Cardinale.

  20. A Flea in Her Ear

    A Flea in Her Ear (1968)


    A Flea in Her Ear is a 1968 20th Century Fox American/French feature film adaptation of the play A Flea in Her Ear by Georges Feydeau in an adaptation (originally written for the stage) by John Mortimer. It was directed by Jacques Charon and the cast included Rex Harrison, Rosemary Harris, Louis Jourdan, and Rachel Roberts.

  21. Une Femme Mariée

    Une Femme Mariée (1964)


    A Married Woman (French: Une femme mariée) is a 1964 French drama film directed by Jean-Luc Godard, his eighth feature film.

  22. Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?

    Who Are You, Polly Maggoo? (1966)


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  23. Princess of Cleves

    Princess of Cleves (1961)


    La Princesse de Clèves (Italian: La principessa di Cleves) is a 1961 French-Italian drama film based on the novel of the same name.

  24. Marco Polo

    Marco Polo (1962)


    Marco Polo (also known as L'avventura di un italiano in Cina) is a 1961 Italian-French historical adventure film directed by Piero Pierotti and Hugo Fregonese.

  25. My Baby Is Black!

    My Baby Is Black! (1961)


    My Baby Is Black! (French title: Les Lâches vivent d'espoir) is a French exploitation drama released in 1961. The film was written and directed by Claude Bernard-Aubert, and was intended to examine society's view on race during the early days of the civil rights era.

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