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Hollywood movies love to vacation in the south of France. As 'The Hundred-Foot Journey' hits theaters, let's look back at other films that made trips to the French Riviera.
Not only did this classic Alfred Hitchcock film unite Grace Kelly and Cary Grant on-screen, it also introduced Kelly to her future husband: the Prince of Monaco.
The South of France is just one of many stops George Clooney and his band of thieves make in this 2004 European-set sequel.
Pierce Brosnan's first outing as 007 finds him on the trail of a Russian assassin -- after visiting a Monte Carlo casino, of course.
The beautiful beaches of Cap Taillat serve as a backdrop for this family film about a flying car starring Dick Van Dyke.
Cary Grant returns to the Riviera in this remake of 1939's 'Love Affair.' Instead of shooting in France however, production mostly took place on soundstages.
Tony Curtis joins British comedians Dudley Moore and Peter Cook in this comedy caper set in the 1920s involving a car rally in Monte Carlo.
Tony Stark battles villain Whiplash in the middle of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Gene Hackman plays tough New York cop Popeye Doyle, struggling to take down a large heroin shipment from France. The gritty thriller opens with an assassination in Marseilles and never lets up.
International assassin "The Jackal" makes pit stops in Nice and Cannes as authorities hunt him down in this classic thriller.
Sean Connery reprises the role of James Bond and the spy visits yet another Monte Carlo casino before ruining the bad guy's day.
In this sequel to 'Romancing the Stone,' Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito go from Monaco to the Middle East on another comedic adventure.