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F-0106

Title:

La Marseillaise

Category:

Movie in which J.S. Bach's music is played in the soundtrack

Produced:

1938

Country:

France

Released:

Apr 1938 (film); Apr 2007 [3-DVD]

Director:

Jean Renoir

Writer:

Jean Renoir (screenplay); Carl Koch (screenplay) (as C. Koch) & N. Martel-Dreyfus (screenplay)

Actors:

Pierre Renoir ( Louis XVI); Lise Delamare (Marie-Antoinette - as Lise Delamare de la Comédie Française); Léon Larive (Picard, le valet du roi); William Aguet (La Rochefoucauld); Elisa Ruis (La princesse de Lamballe); Germaine Lefébure (Madame Élisabeth, soeur du roi - as G. Lefebure); Louis Jouvet (Roederer); Georges Spanelly (La Chesnaye - as Spanelly); Jaque Catelain (Le capitaine Langlade); Pierre Nay (Dubouchage); Edmond Castel (Leroux - as Castel); Aimé Clariond (Monsieur de Saint Laurent - as Aimé Clariond de la Comédie Française); André Zibral (Monsieur de Saint Merri - as Zibral); Jean Aymé (Monsieur de Fauguerolles - as Jean Ayme); Irène Joachim (Madame de Saint Laurent); Andrex (Honoré Arnaud); Edmond Ardisson (Jean-Joseph Bomier - as Ardisson); Paul Dullac (Javel - as Dullac); Jean-Louis Allibert (Moissan - as J.L. Allibert); Fernand Flament (Ardisson); Alex Truchy (Cugulière); Georges Péclet (Un chef marseillais - as G. Peclet); Géo Dorlys (Un chef marseillais - as Géo Dorlis); Géo Lastry (Le capitaine Massagne); Adolphe Autran (Le tambour - as Autran); Nadia Sibirskaïa (Louison); Jenny Hélia (Louise Vauclair, l'interpellatrice - as Jenny Helia); Gaston Modot (Un volontaire); Julien Carette (Un volontaire - as Carette); Sévérine Lerczinska (Une paysanne - as S. Lerzinska); Marthe Marty (La mère de Bomier)

Description:

A news-reel like movie about early part of the Frensh Revolution, shown from the eyes of individual people, citizens of Marseille, counts in German exile and, of course the king Louis XVI, showing their own small problems. (written by Stephan Eichenberg)

Language:

French

Bach's Music:

"Musique ancienne", music by J.S. Bach (as Bach)

Film Company:

Société d'Exploitation et de Productions Cinématographiques "La Marseillaise"

DVD Label:

Lions Gate

TT:

124 min / 130 min (USA) / 580 min [3-DVD]

Comments:

Jean Renoir 3-Disc Collector's Edition (Whirlpool of Fate / Nana / Charleston Parade / La Marseillaise / The Doctor's Horrible Experiment / The Elusive Corporal)

Buy DVD at:

Amazon.com [3-DVD]

Source: IMDB, Amazon.com
Contributor: Aryeh Oron (October 2007)

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