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L'Épervier
Directed byMarcel L'Herbier
Written byMarcel L'Herbier
Jean-Georges Auriol
Based onFrancis de Croisset (play)
Produced byImpérial Film
StarringCharles Boyer
Natalie Paley
CinematographyJules Kruger
Music byHenri Sauguet
Release date
17 November 1933 (France)
8 December 1940 (USA)
Running time
106 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

L'Épervier (The Sparrowhawk), is a French drama film from 1933, directed and written by Marcel L'Herbier, starring Charles Boyer and Natalie Paley.[1] The film was based on a play by Francis de Croisset.[2] It was also known in the USA under the title Les Amoureux.

Cast

References

  1. ^ L'Épervier at IMDb
  2. ^ L’Épervier (1933) Archived 8 July 2012 at archive.today at the Films de France

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