The Long Teeth

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The Long Teeth
Les-dents-longues fromJapanesemagazine-Screen-Page62-sept1953.jpg
Scene from the film, originally published in a Japanese Magazine.
Directed by Daniel Gélin
Produced by Jacques Roitfeld, Sirius
Written by Michel Audiard
Marcel Camus
Daniel Gélin
Starring Danièle Delorme
Louis de Funès
Music by Paul Misraki
Cinematography Robert Juillard
Edited by Louisette Hautecoeur
Distributed by Société des films Sirius
Release date
11 March 1953
Running time
90 minutes
Country France
Language French

The Long Teeth (original title "Les Dents longues") is a French comedy drama film from 1953, directed by Daniel Gélin, written by Michel Audiard. It features Danièle Delorme, Louis de Funès, Roger Vadim and Brigitte Bardot.[1] The story is based on Jacques Robert's novel "Les dents longues".



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