Jacques Dupont (director)

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Jacques Dupont (21 April 1921, Ruelle-sur-Touvre – 10 March 2013) was a French film director.[1]


Formerly of the IDHEC, and a specialist in exotic cinema, he appeared less comfortable in Les Distractions, in which he directed Jean-Paul Belmondo and Alexandra Stewart, than he did in evoking French volunteers in Korea in Crèvecoeur.


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  1. ^ "Homme De Conviction, Le Cineaste Jacques Dupont Est Decede. - Souvenir Chouan De Bretagne" (in French). Souvenirchouandebretagne.over-blog.com. Retrieved 2013-04-10. 

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