The Red Head (1952 film)

The Red Head (French: Poil de carotte) is a 1952 French drama film directed by Paul Mesnier and starring Raymond Souplex, Germaine Dermoz and Pierre Larquey. It is based on the novel Poil de carotte by Jules Renard which had previously adapted into films twice by Julien Duvivier before the Second World War.[1]

The Red Head
Directed byPaul Mesnier
Produced byAndré Aubert
Jean-Paul Paulin
Written byJules Renard (novel)
Paul Mesnier
Albert Vidalie
StarringRaymond Souplex
Germaine Dermoz
Pierre Larquey
Music byMarceau Van Hoorebecke
CinematographyCharles Bauer
Edited byGermaine Artus
Merry Films
Distributed byAstoria Films
Release date
28 May 1952
Running time
100 minutes



  1. Goble, Alan (1999). The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter. p. 386. ISBN 9783110951943. OCLC 853254340.
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