Les Lionceaux 63 years old

Patrice's good looks have made him a consummate womanizer but they also helped him win the heart of Juliette, the daughter of Blanche Eroli, an influential Parisian clothes designer. The latter doesn't want him as a husband for Juliette and would prefer to see her married to Vincent, her right hand man. To this end she offers Patrice a juicy check if he agrees to leave Juliette. He accepts the deal and leaves for the Riviera, where he discovers love in the person of pretty Caroline. But Juliette, who does not love Vincent, traces Patrice as far as Nice. Soon afterwards her dead body is found lying on her former fiancé's bed...

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Les Lionceaux Cast

Name Character
Jean Sorel He was 25, now 89 years old as Patrice
Jean Deschamps He was 39, 87 years old when he died as Stenet
Anna Gaylor She was 27, now 91 years old as Juliette Eroli
Michèle Grellier She was 21, now 85 years old as Caroline Stenet
Suzy Prim She was 63, 94 years old when she died as Blanche Eroli

Les Lionceaux Crew

Name Department
Robert Lefebvre as Director of Photography. He was 53 (81) years old when He died Camera
Suzy Prim as Producer. She was 63 (94) years old when She died Production
Suzy Prim as Screenplay. She was 63 (94) years old when She died Writing
Jacques Bourdon as Director. He was 35 (66) years old when He died Directing
Jacques Bourdon as Screenplay. He was 35 (66) years old when He died Writing
Michel Lebrun as Novel. He was 30 (66) years old when He died Writing
Les Lionceaux (63 years)

  • Release day: Wednesday, April 27, 1960
  • Runtime: 88 minutes