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The Last Metro (17-Sep-1980)

Original Title: Le dernier métro

Director: François Truffaut

Writers: François Truffaut; Suzanne Schiffman; Jean-Claude Grumberg

Music: Georges Delerue

Keywords: Romantic Drama, France, WWII, Nazis, Jewish, Holocaust

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Catherine Deneuve
Actor
22-Oct-1943   Dancer in the Dark
Gerard Depardieu
Actor
27-Dec-1948   Cyrano de Bergerac

CAST

Catherine Deneuve   ...   Marion Steiner
Gerard Depardieu   ...   Bernard Granger
Jean Poiret   ...   Jean-Loup Cottins
Andréa Ferréol   ...   Arlette Guillaume
Paulette Dubost   ...   Germaine Fabre
Jean-Louis Richard   ...   Daxiat
Sabine Haudepin   ...   Nadine Marsac
Maurice Risch   ...   Raymond Boursier
and
Heinz Bennent   ...   Lucas Steiner
with
Christian Baltauss   ...   Bernard's Replacement
Pierre Belot   ...   Desk Clerk
René Dupré   ...   Valentin
Aude Loring   ...   [Role undetermined]
Alain Tasma   ...   Marc
Rose Thierry   ...   Jacquot's Mother
Jacob Weizbluth   ...   Rosen
Jean-Pierre Klein   ...   Leglise
Rénata   ...   Greta Borg
Marcel Berbert   ...   Merlin
Hénia Ziv   ...   Chambermaid
Laszlo Szabo   ...   Lt. Bergen
Martine Simonet   ...   Martine
Jean-José Richer   ...   Bernardini
Jessica Zucman   ...   Goldstern
Richard Bohringer   ...   Gestapo Officer
Franck Pasquier   ...   Jacquôt

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