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French film director Henri-Georges Clouzot standing with his ex-wife Véra Clouzot, while Véra showing her greetings by hold up her hand and smiling, some little child standing behind of them

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French film director Henri-Georges Clouzot standing with his ex-wife Véra Clouzot, while  Véra showing her greetings by hold up her hand and smiling, some little child standing behind of them
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French film director Henri-Georges Clouzot standing with his ex-wife Véra Clouzot, while  Véra showing her greetings by hold up her hand and smiling, some little child standing behind of them
French film director Henri-Georges Clouzot standing with his ex-wife Véra Clouzot, while Véra showing her greetings by hold up her hand and smiling, some little child standing behind of them
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French film director Henri-Georges Clouzot standing with his ex-wife Véra Clouzot, while Véra showing her greetings by hold up her hand and smiling, some little child standing behind of them Henri-Georges Clouzot was a French film director, screenwriter and producer. He is best remembered for his work in the thriller film genre, having directed The Wages of Fear and Les Diaboliques, which are critically recognized to be among the greatest films from the 1950s. Clouzot also directed documentary films, including The Mystery of Picasso, which was declared a national treasure by the government of France. He was born on 18 August 1907 and died on 12 January 1977. Véra Clouzot (30 December 1913 – 15 December 1960) was a Brazilian-born French film actress and screenwriter. Born Véra Gibson-Amado in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, she became the wife of film director Henri-Georges Clouzot. She made only three films, all directed by her husband, the most notable of which was the classic thriller, Les Diaboliques (1955). She co-wrote the screenplay for the film La Vérité (1960), which was also directed by her husband. Clouzot died in Paris in 1960, aged 46, from a heart attack and is buried in the Montmartre Cemetery. Photo Taken - 08 January 1964 people, men, woman, children, Henri-Georges Clouzot, French, film director, screen writer, producer, standing, smiling, 1964

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