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Godard/Truffaut shorts

Author: Jean-Luc Godard; François Truffaut; Éric Rohmer; Maurice Pons
Publisher: Chico, CA : Foothill Video, [198-?]
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : FrenchView all editions and formats
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"All boys are called Patrick"--College roommates become acquainted with the same ardent Patrick on the same day in separate encounters. Each falls for his line and agrees to a later date with him. They do not realize they have dates with the same Patrick until later, when they see him giving another girl "the rush."--"Les Mistons"--Focuses on the fantasies and exploits of five adolescent boys who become infatuated  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Luc Godard; François Truffaut; Éric Rohmer; Maurice Pons
OCLC Number: 16903891
Notes: Title from container.
Title on cassette: Godard/Truffant short subjects.
French dialogue, English subtitles.
Description: 1 videocassette (38 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Contents: Charlotte et Véronique ou, Tous les garc̜ons sáppellent Patrick = All boys are called Patrick / director, Jean Luc Godard ; screenplay, Eric Rohmer --
Les Mistons = The mischief makers / director, Franc̜ois Truffaut ; story by Maurice Pons.
Other Titles: All boys are called Patrick
Mistons
Mischief makers
Charlotte et Véronique
Tous le garc̜ons sáppellent Patrick
Godard, Truffaut short
Godard/Truffaut short subjects

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"All boys are called Patrick"--College roommates become acquainted with the same ardent Patrick on the same day in separate encounters. Each falls for his line and agrees to a later date with him. They do not realize they have dates with the same Patrick until later, when they see him giving another girl "the rush."--"Les Mistons"--Focuses on the fantasies and exploits of five adolescent boys who become infatuated with and try to win the attention of an older woman in love.

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