God's Thunder

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Le Tonnerre de Dieu
Directed byDenys de La Patellière
Written byBernard Clavel (novel), Pascal Jardin (dialogue)
Music byGeorges Garvarentz
Release date
Running time
91 minutes
CountryFrance, Italy, West Germany
Box office3,593,724 admissions (France)

God's Thunder or Le Tonnerre de Dieu is a 1965 French, Italian and West German produced comedy film, directed by Denys de La Patellière. The film is set in Nantes but many scenes were filmed in studios.



It was the seventh most popular film of 1965 in France, after The Sucker, Goldfinger, Thunderball, Gendarme in New York, Mary Poppins and Fantomas Unleashed. [1]

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  1. ^ "1965 Box Office". Box Office Story.