Stolen Face


Stolen Face

Stolen Face est un film britannique de Terence Fisher sorti en 1951.

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  • Titre : Stolen Face
  • Titre original : Stolen Face
  • Réalisateur : Terence Fisher
  • Pays de production : Royaume-Uni
  • Image : En noir et blanc
  • Genre : Drame
  • Durée : 72 min
  • Date de sortie :

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