The Tattoo

Rating:6.4
Released:1968
Genres:Comedy
Crew:Director of Photography: Sacha Vierny | Production Design: Robert Clavel | Assistant Decorator: Michel de Broin | Makeup Artist: Anatole Paris | Special Effects: Gérard Cogan | Original Music Composer: Georges Garvarentz | Director: Denys de La Patellière | Editor: Claude Durand | Wardrobe Assistant: Jacques Cottin | Dialogue: Pascal Jardin

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Synopsis

An art dealer wants to buy a Modigliani, which is tattooed on the back of an old soldier.




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Director of Photography: <strong>Sacha Vierny</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Robert Clavel</strong> | Assistant Decorator: <strong>Michel de Broin</strong> | Makeup Artist: <strong>Anatole Paris</strong> | Special Effects: <strong>Gérard Cogan</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Georges Garvarentz</strong> | Director: <strong>Denys de La Patellière</strong> | Editor: <strong>Claude Durand</strong> | Wardrobe Assistant: <strong>Jacques Cottin</strong> | Dialogue: <strong>Pascal Jardin</strong> imageDirector of Photography: <strong>Sacha Vierny</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Robert Clavel</strong> | Assistant Decorator: <strong>Michel de Broin</strong> | Makeup Artist: <strong>Anatole Paris</strong> | Special Effects: <strong>Gérard Cogan</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Georges Garvarentz</strong> | Director: <strong>Denys de La Patellière</strong> | Editor: <strong>Claude Durand</strong> | Wardrobe Assistant: <strong>Jacques Cottin</strong> | Dialogue: <strong>Pascal Jardin</strong> imageDirector of Photography: <strong>Sacha Vierny</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Robert Clavel</strong> | Assistant Decorator: <strong>Michel de Broin</strong> | Makeup Artist: <strong>Anatole Paris</strong> | Special Effects: <strong>Gérard Cogan</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Georges Garvarentz</strong> | Director: <strong>Denys de La Patellière</strong> | Editor: <strong>Claude Durand</strong> | Wardrobe Assistant: <strong>Jacques Cottin</strong> | Dialogue: <strong>Pascal Jardin</strong> imageDirector of Photography: <strong>Sacha Vierny</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Robert Clavel</strong> | Assistant Decorator: <strong>Michel de Broin</strong> | Makeup Artist: <strong>Anatole Paris</strong> | Special Effects: <strong>Gérard Cogan</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Georges Garvarentz</strong> | Director: <strong>Denys de La Patellière</strong> | Editor: <strong>Claude Durand</strong> | Wardrobe Assistant: <strong>Jacques Cottin</strong> | Dialogue: <strong>Pascal Jardin</strong> imageDirector of Photography: <strong>Sacha Vierny</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Robert Clavel</strong> | Assistant Decorator: <strong>Michel de Broin</strong> | Makeup Artist: <strong>Anatole Paris</strong> | Special Effects: <strong>Gérard Cogan</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Georges Garvarentz</strong> | Director: <strong>Denys de La Patellière</strong> | Editor: <strong>Claude Durand</strong> | Wardrobe Assistant: <strong>Jacques Cottin</strong> | Dialogue: <strong>Pascal Jardin</strong> imageDirector of Photography: <strong>Sacha Vierny</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Robert Clavel</strong> | Assistant Decorator: <strong>Michel de Broin</strong> | Makeup Artist: <strong>Anatole Paris</strong> | Special Effects: <strong>Gérard Cogan</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Georges Garvarentz</strong> | Director: <strong>Denys de La Patellière</strong> | Editor: <strong>Claude Durand</strong> | Wardrobe Assistant: <strong>Jacques Cottin</strong> | Dialogue: <strong>Pascal Jardin</strong> imageDirector of Photography: <strong>Sacha Vierny</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Robert Clavel</strong> | Assistant Decorator: <strong>Michel de Broin</strong> | Makeup Artist: <strong>Anatole Paris</strong> | Special Effects: <strong>Gérard Cogan</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Georges Garvarentz</strong> | Director: <strong>Denys de La Patellière</strong> | Editor: <strong>Claude Durand</strong> | Wardrobe Assistant: <strong>Jacques Cottin</strong> | Dialogue: <strong>Pascal Jardin</strong> image


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