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Max Pécas (25 April 1925 in Lyon – 10 February 2003 in Paris) was a French filmmaker, scenario writer and producer.

Pécas was assistant director to Jacques Daroy and others from 1948 to 1957. After making erotic movies (I Am a Nymphomaniac (1971), I Am Frigid... Why? (1972) and Les Mille et une Perversions de Félicia (1974)) and some thrillers through the 1960s and 1970s, he shot teenage comedies, including the popular three-film "Saint-Tropez" series at the end of his career. Many of his films are considered camp B-movies.

Some of Max Pécas's softcore films were imported to the U.S. by Radley Metzger.

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