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French connection (Motion picture)

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Uniform title headingFrench connection (Motion picture)
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See alsoFilm director: Friedkin, William
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Screenwriter: Tidyman, Ernest
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Motion picture adaptation of (work): Moore, Robin, 1925-2008. French connection
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Film producer: D'Antoni, Philip, 1929-2018
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Production company: Schine-Moore Productions
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Sequel: French connection II (Motion picture)
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Form of workMotion pictures Thrillers (Motion pictures) Action and adventure films Police films Film adaptations
Beginning date1971
Place of originUnited States
Found inFresh Air with Terry Gross, July 6, 1987 (The French Connection, referred to by Irwin Blye)
Wikipedia, WWW, viewed June 15, 2016 (The French Connection is a 1971 American dramatic thriller film directed by William Friedkin and produced by Philip D'Antoni.)
The French connection, 1999: container (The French Connection, original soundtrack)
IMDb, July 3, 2020 (The French connection (original title); film director, William Friedkin; screenplay, Ernest Tidyman; based on the book The French connection by Robin Moore; film producer, Philip D'Antoni; production companies, Philip D'Antoni Productions, Schine-Moore Productions; first released in the United States in 1971)
Wikipedia, via WWW, July 3, 2020 (The French connection is an American action-thriller film about narcotics officers, directed by William Friedkin; sequel, French Connection II (1975))