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In the French Style is a 1963 French-American romance film released by Columbia Pictures directed by Robert Parrish and stars Jean Seberg, Stanley Baker and Philippe Forquet.[1] It was based on a short story by Irwin Shaw.

In the French Style
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Directed byRobert Parrish
Produced byClaude Ganz
Robert Parrish
Irwin Shaw
Written byIrwin Shaw
StarringJean Seberg
Stanley Baker
Philippe Forquet
Music byJoseph Kosma
CinematographyMichel Kelber
Edited byRenée Lichtig
Production
company
Orsay Films
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
September 18, 1963
Running time
105 minutes
CountryFrance
United States
LanguageEnglish

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The young American student Christina James (Jean Seberg) comes to Paris to live in the art scene. After six months in Paris, she meets sixteen-year-old Guy (Philippe Forquet) at a crowded gallery showing and their romance develops. Later, she enjoys encounters with European men. Her Chicago-based history professor father (Addison Powell) cautions her about fleeting love. She abandons a long-time attachment to a British international journalist (Stanley Baker) to marry the San Francisco, California surgeon Dr. John Haislip (James Leo Herlihy).

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