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Jean Marais and Jean Cocteau in Italy 1947

Jean Marais and Jean Cocteau in Italy 1947
Jean Marais and Jean Cocteau in Italy 1947
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Description of the photograph

French actor Jean Marais and French writer and director Jean Cocteau seated at a cafe table during the VIIIth Venice Film Festival in 1947.

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Bridgeman Images - Mondadori Portfolio/Ivo Meldolesi / Bridgeman Images

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