L'homme au double visage Trailer

L'homme au double visage Trailer (1990)

29 December 1990 Crime 89 mins

A crime movie directed by Claude Guillemot.

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Michel Duchaussoy

as Armand Larnin

Arielle Dombasle

as Régine Larnin

Xavier Deluc

as Serge Dauvet / Jacques Verdone

Catherine Griffoni

as Simone Castel-Bérac

João Lagarto

as Richard Castel-Bérac

Sylvie Cannap

as Micheline

Diogo Dória

as Dédé

Pedro Efe

as Jeff

Jean-Claude Ballard

as Police Chief

International Titles

Der Mann mit den zwei Gesichtern Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 08 August 1993

France 29 December 1990

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