The Yellow Dog (1932 film)

The Yellow Dog (French:Le Chien jaune) is a 1932 French crime film directed by Jean Tarride and starring Abel Tarride, Rosine Deréan and Rolla Norman.[1] It is an adaptation of the novel Maigret and the Yellow Dog by the Belgian writer Georges Simenon. Abel Tarride was the director's father.



  1. Spicer p.50


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  • Spicer, Andrew. European Film Noir. Manchester University Press, 2007.

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