Yours Truly, Blake

Yours Truly, Blake
Directed by Jean Laviron
Jerome Epstein
Produced by Marcel Berbert
Ignace Morgenstern
Written by Jerome Epstein
Jacques Vilfrid
Starring Eddie Constantine
Danielle Godet
Simone Paris
Music by Jeff Davis
Cinematography Jacques Lemare
Edited by Andrée Feix
Chaillot Films
Distributed by Cocinor
Release dates
1 December 1954
Running time
97 minutes
Country France
Language French

Yours Truly, Blake (French:Votre dévoué Blake) is a 1954 French comedy crime film directed by Jean Laviron and Jerome Epstein and starring Eddie Constantine, Danielle Godet and Simone Paris.[1] The film's sets were designed by Robert Clavel.


While spending a night out in Paris an American airline pilot gets entangled with a beautiful nightclub performer and soon finds himself under suspicion of murder.



  1. Marie p.20


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