List of French films of 1961

A list of films produced in France in 1961.

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
L'Amant de cinq jours Philippe de Broca Jean Seberg, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Micheline Presle Comedy, romance French-Italian co-production[1]
Amelie or The Time to Love Michel Drach Marie-José Nat, Clotilde Joano, Jean Sorel Drama [2]
Le Capitaine Fracasse Pierre Gaspard-Huit Jean Marais, Genevieve Grad, Gérard Barray Adventure French-Italian co-production[3]
Le cave se rebiffe Gilles Grangier Jean Gabin, Martine Carol, Bernard Blier Crime French-Italian co-production[4]
The Colossus of Rhodes Sergio Leone Rory Calhoun, Lea Massari, Georges Marchal Adventure Italian-Spanish-French co-production[5][6]
The Count of Monte Cristo Claude Autant-Lara Louis Jourdan, Yvonne Furneaux, Pierre Mondy Adventure French-Italian co-production[7]
Enclosure Armand Gatti Jean Negroni Drama French-Yugoslavian co-production[8]
Erik the Conqueror Mario Bava Cameron Mitchell, Andrea Checchi, Françoise Christophe Adventure Italian-French co-production[9][10]
Girl with a Suitcase Valerio Zurlini Claudia Cardinale, Jacques Perrin, Corrado Pani Drama, romance Italian-French co-production[11][12]
Goodbye Again Anatole Litvak Ingrid Bergman, Yves Montand, Anthony Perkins Drama, romance American-French co-production[13][14]
Le Goût de la Violence Robert Hossein Robert Hossein, Giovanna Ralli, Mario Adorf Western French-West German-Italian co-production[15][16]
Hercules and the Conquest of Atlantis Vittorio Cottafavi Reg Park, Alessandro Sperli, Fay Spain Adventure, fantasy Italian-French co-production[17][18]
The Joy of Living René Clément Barbara Lass, Alain Delon, Gino Cervi Comedy French-Italian co-production[19]
Last Year at Marienbad Alain Resnais Delphine Seyrig, Giorgio Albertazzi, Sacha Pitoeff Avant-garde French-Italian co-production[20]
Léon Morin, Priest Jean-Pierre Melville Jean-Paul Belmondo, Emmanuelle Riva, Irène Tunc Drama French-Italian co-production[21]
Lola Jacques Demy Anouk Aimée, Marc Michel, Elina Labourdette Drama, romance French-Italian co-production[22]
The Long Absence Henri Colpi Alida Valli, Georges Wilson, Jacques Harden French-Italian co-production[23]
Madame Sans-Gêne Christian-Jaque Sophia Lauren, Robert Hossein, Julien Bertheau Comedy French-Italian-Spanish co-production[24][25]
Le Miracle des loups André Hunebelle Jean Marais, Rosanna Schiaffino, Roger Hanin Historical film French-Italian co-production[26]
La Morte Saison des Amours Pierre Kast Françoise Arnou, Daniel Gélin, Françoise Prevost [27]
La Notte Michelangelo Antonioni Marcello Mastroianni, Jeanne Moreau, Monica Vitti Drama Italian-French co-production[28][29]
Please, Not Now! Roger Vadim Brigitte Bardot, Jacques Riberolles, Claude Brasseur Comedy French-Italian co-production[30]
Pleins Feux Sur l'Assassin Georges Franju Pierre Brasseur, Pascale Audret, Marianne Koch Mystery [31][32]
The Return of Dr. Mabuse Harald Reinl Rudolf Fernau, Werner Peters, Lou Seitz Crime West German-French-Italian co-production[33][34]
The Thief of Bagdad Arthur Lubin Steve Reeves, Giorgia Moll, Edy Vessel Adventure, fantasy Italian-French co-production[35][36]
The Three Musketeers Bernard Borderie Gérard Barray, Bernard Woringer, Gérard Barray Adventure French-Italian co-production[37][38]
Tintin and the Golden Fleece Jean-Jacques Vierne Georges Wilson, Charles Vanel, Dario Moreno Adventure [39]
Tout l'Or du Monde Rene Clair Bourvil, Alfred Adam, Philippe Noiret Comedy French-Italian co-production[40]
Wise Guys Claude Chabrol Jean-Claude Brialy, Bernadette Lafont, Charles Belmont Comedy-drama French-Italian co-production[41][42]
A Woman Is a Woman Jean-Luc Godard Anna Karina, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean-Claude Brialy Comedy French-Italian co-production[43]
The Wonders of Aladdin Henry Levin Donald O'Connor, Noëlle Adam, Vittorio De Sica Children's, comedy, fantasy Italian-French-American co-production[44][45]

Notes

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • 1960s film at Filmsdefrance.com
  • Films by year at Cinema-francais.fr
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