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A Caprice of Pompadour

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A Caprice of Pompadour
A Caprice of Pompadour.jpg
Directed byJoë Hamman
Willi Wolff
Written byHenri Falk [fr]
Hans Rameau
Willi Wolff
Produced byJacques Haïk
Anatol Potock
StarringAndré Baugé
Marcelle Denya
Gaston Dupray
CinematographyWilly Hameister
Music byEduard Künneke
Rudolf Nelson
Robert Stolz
Alfred Strasser
Production
companies
Ellen Richter Film
Les Établissements Jacques Haïk
Distributed byLes Établissements Jacques Haïk
Release date
8 May 1931
Running time
93 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

A Caprice of Pompadour (French: Un caprice de la Pompadour) is a 1931 French historical musical film directed by Joë Hamman and Willi Wolff and starring André Baugé, Marcelle Denya and Gaston Dupray.[1] A separate German version Madame Pompadour was also made.[2] It marked the film debut of the future star Suzy Delair.

Cast

  • André Baugé as Gaston de Méville
  • Marcelle Denya as La marquise de Pompadour
  • Gaston Dupray as Le marquis de l'Espinglette
  • Paulette Duvernet as Madeleine Biron
  • René Marjolle as Le roi Louis XV
  • André Marnay as Maurepas
  • Madyne Coquelet as Madame de l'Estrade
  • Jean Rousselière as Marcel de Clermont
  • Fernand Baer as Le baron Cerf
  • Max Réjean as Un cadet
  • Jacques Christiany as Le dauphin
  • Suzy Delair as Une soubrette de la Pompadour
  • Pierre Léaud
  • Théo Tony

References

  1. ^ The A to Z of French Cinema p.202
  2. ^ Bock & Bergfelder p.156

Bibliography

  • Bock, Hans-Michael & Bergfelder, Tim. The Concise Cinegraph: Encyclopaedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.
  • Dayna Oscherwitz & MaryEllen Higgins. The A to Z of French Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.

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