Caravan to Vaccarès (film)

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Caravan to Vaccarès
Caravan to Vaccares poster.jpg
Original cinema poster
Directed by Geoffrey Reeve
Produced by George Davis[disambiguation needed], John McNab, Richard Morris-Adams, Geoffrey Reeve
Written by Alistair MacLean (novel)
Paul Wheeler (screenplay)
Joseph Forest (adaptation)
Starring David Birney, Charlotte Rampling, Michael Lonsdale
Music by Stanley Meyers
Cinematography Fred Tammes
Edited by Robert Morgan
Distributed by Rank Film Distributors Ltd (UK)
20th Century Fox (USA)
Release dates
August 8, 1974
Running time
98 minutes (theatrical release)
Language English

Caravan to Vaccarès is a 1974 British-French action film directed by Geoffrey Reeve and starring David Birney, Charlotte Rampling and Michael Lonsdale.[1] It was loosely based on a novel by Alistair MacLean.

Plot introduction[edit]

A wandering young American adventurer (David Birney) meets a pretty young British photographer (Charlotte Rampling) when she hitches a ride. By chance, they are hired by a French duke (Michel Lonsdale) to smuggle a Hungarian scientist (Michael Bryan) out of France to the United States. The scientist escaped the Iron Curtain by hiding with a caravan of gypsies, but is being pursued by an unscrupulous gang bent on capturing him for sale to the highest bidder.



  1. ^ "Caravan to Vaccarès". British Film Institute. London. Retrieved November 10, 2012. 

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