On set of Bonjour Tristesse (1958)

Jean Seberg, Françoise Sagan and Otto Preminger on the set of Bonjour Tristesse (1958). Photographed by Bob Willoughby. 
Check out this shot on set of Halloween; a personal favorite film of mine.

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Lee Marvin and Jean Seberg on the set of “Paint Your Wagon”

Lee Marvin and Jean Seberg on the set of “Paint Your Wagon” (1969, by Joshua Logan). 
Check out Luis Bunuel and his cast and crew on set of Tristania right here

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Jean Seberg on set of “A Bout de Souffle”

Jean Seberg during the filming of a night scene on the Boulevard Saint Germain (A Bout De Souffle), 1959.

I am not the author of this image. 

Check out Jean Seberg by David Hurn right here and by Sam Levin right here

Jean Seberg during the filming of a night scene on the Boulevard Saint Germain (A Bout De Souffle), 1959

Jean Seberg by David Hurn !

David HURN (documentary photographer, part of Magnum Photos) took these lovely Jean Seberg photos in 1963.
I am not the author of these images. All rights go to David Hurn and Mangnum Photos.
Check out Jean Seberg in a superb shot of Sam Levin here

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Jean Seberg, at her prime, by Sam Levin.

You most likely know American actress Jean Seberg (1938-1979) as the lovely girl in Jean-Luc Godard’s film “A Bout de Souffle” (1960), who was waltzing down the street asking if anyone wants The NY Herald Tribune.
She also starred in Robert Bresson’s “Lilith” (1964) and the western-musical “Paint Your Wagon” (1969).
However,  Seberg was discovered dead in her car in Paris, apparently from an overdose of alcohol and drugs. One year later, her husband, writer and diplomat Romain Gary commits suicide as well.

This portrait was taken by Sam Levin while she was at her prime, in 1960.