Max Pécas

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Max Pécas (25 April 1925 in Lyon – 10 February 2003 in Paris) was a French movie-maker, scenario writer and producer.

Pécas was assistant director to Jacques Daroy and others from 1948 to 1957. After making erotic movies and some thrillers through the 1960s and 1970s, he shot teenage comedies, including the popular three-film "Saint-Tropez" series at the end of his career. Many of his films are considered camp B-movies.

Some of Pécas's softcore films were imported to the U.S. by Radley Metzger.





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