Bob le Flambeur (1956)

Director
Jean-Pierre Melville

Main cast
Isabelle Corey; Daniel Cauchy; Roger Duchesne; André Garet; Gérard Buhr

Genres
Drama, Action, Crime

Description
Ex-bank robber and gambler, Bob, plans a heist at the Deauville casino.


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