A Scandal in Paris
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"A Scandal in Paris" is a 1946 American biographical film directed by Douglas Sirk and starring George Sanders, Signe Hasso and Carole Landis. It loosely depicts the life of Eugène François Vidocq, a French criminal who reformed and became a famous French Prefect of Police during the Napoleonic era.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Arnold Pressburger
- production design by Gordon Wiles
- art direction by F. Paul Sylos
- cinematography by Eugen Schüfftan
- music by Hanns Eisler
- costume design by Norma Koch
- genres: Biographical film, Black-and-white, Crime Fiction, Romance Film, Historical period drama, Adventure Film, Drama
- released on (68 years ago)
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