Five Red Tulips

Five Red Tulips (French: Cinq tulipes rouges) is a 1949 French crime film directed by Jean Stelli and starring René Dary, Suzanne Dehelly and Raymond Bussières.[1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Colombier. During the Tour de France, five riders are murdered.

Five Red Tulips
Directed byJean Stelli
Produced byRaymond Borderie
Written byCharles Exbrayat
Marcel Rivet
StarringRené Dary
Suzanne Dehelly
Raymond Bussières
Music byRené Sylviano
CinematographyMarcel Grignon
Edited byMadame Lamart
Distributed byLes Films Corona
Release date
23 March 1949


  • René Dary as Pierre Lusanne
  • Suzanne Dehelly as Colonelle
  • Raymond Bussières as Albert 'La Puce' Jacquin
  • Pierre-Louis as Charolles
  • Robert Berri as Jacques Mauval
  • Robert Le Fort as Basile
  • Emilio Carrer as Gambarra
  • Robert Blome as Jef Dooksen
  • René Robert
  • Luc Andrieux as Charles Brugeat
  • Roger Bontemps as Un reporter
  • Marian
  • Jean-Jacques Lécot
  • Claude Larry
  • Bob d'Arcy
  • Jean Debray as Tonnelier
  • Jean Nosserot as Fuseau
  • Émile Genevois as Robert
  • Coussolle
  • Orgaert
  • Marcel Loche
  • René Hell
  • Edith Guarini
  • Annette Poivre as Annette Jacquin
  • Jean Brochard as L'inspecteur-chef Honoré Ricoul
  • Albert Broquin as Un mécano
  • Maguy Horiot
  • Frédéric Mariotti as Un inspecteur
  • Jacques Mattler as Le directeur de la P.J.
  • Fernand Mithouard as Max Everkampf
  • Marcelle Rexiane as La caissière
  • René Stern as Le maître d'hôtel


  1. Rège p.939


  • Rège, Philippe. Encyclopedia of French Film Directors, Volume 1. Scarecrow Press, 2009.
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