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Love and Desire

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Love and Desire
Directed by
Written by
  • Henri Decoin
  • José Santugini
Based onLe désir et l'amour by Auguste Bailly
Produced by
CinematographyMichel Kelber
Edited by
  • Annick Millet
  • Félix Suárez Inclán
Music by
  • Lais S.A.
  • Société Générale de Cinématographie
Distributed byLes Films Marceau
Release date
9 October 1951
Running time
80 minutes
  • France
  • Spain

Love and Desire (French: Le désir et l'amour) is a 1951 French-Spanish drama film directed by Henri Decoin and Luis María Delgado and starring Martine Carol, Antonio Vilar and Carmen Sevilla.[1] It was based on the 1929 novel of the same title by Auguste Bailly.[2]

It was shot at the Epinay Studios in Paris and on location in Madrid, Torremolinos and Malaga. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Julio Molina and René Renoux.


A French film crew are working on location in southern Spain. When the leading man refuses to swim across a river, his place is taken by a local man who is soon hired as a stuntman for the whole film. Much to the anger of his Spanish fiancée, he falls in love with the film's female star.


  • Martine Carol as Martine - la star
  • Antonio Vilar as Antonio - le pêcheur
  • Carmen Sevilla as Lola - sa finacée
  • Albert Préjean as Titi - le régisseur général français
  • Françoise Arnoul as Françoise - la script-girl
  • Gérard Landry as Gérard - le jeune premier
  • Parisys as Adèle - l'habilleuse
  • Rafael Cortés as Le 2nd pêcheur
  • Joaquín Roa as Miguel - le régisseur espagnol
  • Ena Sedeño as L'amie de Lola
  • José María Rodríguez as Le 1er pêcheur
  • Tony Hernández as Manolo
  • Matilde López Roldán as L'autre amie de Lola


  1. ^ Bentley p.413
  2. ^ Goble p.735


  • Bentley, Bernard. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. Boydell & Brewer 2008.
  • Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.

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