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Papillon (1973)

Papillon (1973)

by Franklin J. SchaffnerDon GordonSteve McQueenDustin Hoffman and Victor Jory

DVD video Content Rating: M Publication Date: 04/01/2001

RRP  $9.95 $9.25
Celebrated as Papillon--after the intricate butterfly tattoo emblazoned on his chest--petty criminal Henri Charriere (Steve Mcqueen) is framed for murder and transported for life to the penal colony of French Guiana. Imprisoned on infamous Devil's Island, Papillon is obsessed with the idea of freedom. Together with fellow prisoner Louis Dega (Dustin Hoffman), he ceaselessly works on a means of escape, his spirit refusing to be broken by the savage and humiliating treatment of their captors.
ISBN:
9317731008290
9317731008290
Genre:
Drama
Content Rating:
M
Format:
DVD video
Region:
4 More ...
Encoding:
PAL
Running time:
145
No. Discs:
1
Publication Date:
04-01-2001
Language:
English
Publisher:
Universal Sony Pictures Entertainment
Country of origin:
France,USA
Year of production:
1973

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