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Jean Loubignac

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Jean Loubignac
Born
Jean Alexandre Loubignac

23 November 1901
Died4 March 1991(1991-03-04) (aged 89)
OccupationFilm director

Jean Alexandre Loubignac (23 November 1901 - 4 March 1991) was a French film director.[1] A specialist of popular comedies, Jean Loubignac is well known for the film Ah! Les belles bacchantes which he directed in 1955, written and performed by Robert Dhéry and Francis Blanche.

Filmography

Director
Film editor

References

  1. ^ Jean Loubignac sur lesGensduCinema.com

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