Fugitive from Montreal

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Fugitive from Montreal (French: L'inconnue de Montréal) is a 1950 French-Canadian drama film directed by Jean Devaivre, written by Charles Exbrayat, and starring René Dary, Patricia Roc and Paul Dupuis.[1] A Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer tries to prevent a former wartime comrade from France becoming mixed up with criminal activities. It was released in Canada on 17 November 1950 and in France on 17 August 1951.

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