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The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir

The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir
Video tape cover
Directed by Jean Renoir
Produced by Pierre Long
Written by Jean Renoir
Starring Nino Formicola
Music by Joseph Kosma
Jean Wiener
Cinematography Georges Leclerc
Edited by Geneviève Winding
Distributed by Phoenix Films (USA)
Release dates
15 December 1970
Running time
100 min.
Country West Germany
Italy
France
Language French

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}}: Le Petit Théâtre de Jean Renoir) is a 1970 television film written and directed by Jean Renoir. The last completed work by Renoir, it consists of three short films: The Last Christmas Dinner, The Electric Floor Waxer and A Tribute to Tolerance.

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