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The Black Cavalier

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The Black Cavalier
Directed byGilles Grangier
Written byAndré-Paul Antoine
Produced byPaul-Edmond Decharme
Lucien Masson
StarringGeorges Guétary
Mila Parély
Jean Tissier
CinematographyMarc Fossard
Edited byGermaine Artus
Music byFrancis Lopez
Distributed byLa Société des Films Sirius
Release date
  • 31 March 1945 (1945-03-31)
Running time
81 minutes

The Black Cavalier (French: Le cavalier noir) is a 1945 French historical adventure film directed by Gilles Grangier and starring Georges Guétary, Mila Parély and Jean Tissier.[1] It also marked the screen debut of Nicole Maurey who appeared in a supporting role.

The film's sets were designed by the art director Roland Quignon. Location shooting took place at the Château de Vaudrémont in Vaudrémont (Haute-Marne).[2] It was one of the most popular movies in France in 1945 with admissions of 3,672,572.[3]

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In French Flanders in the early eighteenth century, a nobleman who has been dispossessed of his property becomes a notorious outlaw. He targets the salt tax collector Monsieur de Saint-Brissac, but is lured by his attractive daughter into a trap.



  1. ^ Powrie & Cadalanu p.130
  2. ^ Fontaine, Lionel (17 December 2021). "Un témoignage d'amour à Vaudrémont et la Haute-Marne". Le Journal de la Haute-Marne (in French). Retrieved 26 February 2024.
  3. ^ French box office of 1945 at Box Office Story


  • Powrie, Phil & Cadalanu, Marie . The French Film Musical. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020.

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