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Séquences : la revue de cinéma

Managing Editor(s): Léo Bonneville (directeur)

Publisher: La revue Séquences Inc.

ISSN: 0037-2412 (print) 1923-5100 (digital)

sequences1081634

Number 74, October 1973, p. 2-52

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Léo Bonneville

Que faisiez-vous au temps chaud?

Pages 2–3

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Léo Bonneville

Entretien avec Denys Arcand

Pages 4–11

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Janick Beaulieu

Jésus Christ Superstar

Pages 12–18

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Robert-Claude Bérubé

L’Ouest en deuil : John Ford (1895-1973)

Pages 19–21

[PDF 467 Kb]  [References

 

Huguette Poitras

Malpertuis et l’ambiguïté dans les films d’Harry Kümel

Pages 22–24

[PDF 431 Kb]  [References

 

Cinéma canadien

Pages 25–30

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Sur nos écrans

Pages 31–45

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Radio-Canada présente...

Pages 46–49

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Claude R. Blouin

Quoi de neuf au Japon?

Pages 50–51

[PDF 334 Kb]  [References

 

Les Astérix de Séquences

Page 52

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