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Imperial Violets (1924 film)

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Imperial Violets
Directed byHenry Roussel
Written byHenry Roussel
Starring
Cinematography
Production
company
Productions Henry Roussell
Release date
3 February 1924
CountryFrance
LanguagesSilent
French intertitles

Imperial Violets (French:Violettes impériales) is a 1924 French silent historical film directed by Henry Roussel and starring Raquel Meller, Suzanne Bianchetti and André Roanne.[1] It was remade by Roussel as a sound film of the same title in 1932.

The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Gys.

Cast

  • Raquel Meller  as Violetta
  • Suzanne Bianchetti as Eugénie de Montijo
  • André Roanne as Comte de Saint-Affremond
  • Jane Even as Comtesse de Saint-Affremond
  • Jimmy O'Kelly as Juan
  • Claude France as Mademoiselle de Perry-Fronsac
  • Roger San Juana as Manuel
  • Robert Guilbert as Duc de Morny
  • Sylviane de Castillo as Madame de Montijo
  • Mademoiselle Farnèse as Duchesse de Mondovi
  • Daurelly as Napoleon III
  • Albert Brouett as Docteur Malavert
  • Girardo as José
  • Danielle Vigneau as Petit frère de Violetta
  • Suzy Béryl as Dame d'honneur
  • Jacques Cabelli
  • Léon Courtois
  • Luc Dartagnan
  • Pierre Delmonde
  • Robby Guichard
  • Jean-Paul Le Tarare
  • Marais
  • Paulette Marchal
  • Laurent Morléas
  • Hietta Stella
  • Marie-Louise Voisin

See also

References

  1. ^ Powrie & Rebillard p.73

Bibliography

  • Powrie, Phil & Rebillard, Éric. Pierre Batcheff and stardom in 1920s French cinema. Edinburgh University Press, 2009

External links

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