Directed by: Sacha Guitry, France, 1954

France, 1954
Szenenphoto aus Napoléon, © Production Company

Cast and Credits

Director Sacha Guitry
Scenario Sacha Guitry
Director of Photography Pierre Montazel
Composer Jean Francaix
Cast Myriam Bru
Danielle Darrieux [Eleonore]
Clément Duhour [Ney]
O.W. Fischer [Metternich]
Jean Gabin [Lannes]
Daniel Gélin [Bonaparte]
Sacha Guitry [Tayllerand]
Robert Manuel [Joseph]
Jean Marais [Montholon]
Lana Marconi [Maria Walewska]
Nicole Maurey [Madame Tallien]
Yves Montand [Lefebvre]
Michèle Morgan [Joséphine]
Patachou [Madame Sans-Gène]
Raymond Pellegrin [Napoleon]
Jean Piat [Junot]
Roger Pigaut [Caulaincourt]
Micheline Presle [Hortense de Beauharnais]
Maria Schell [Marie-Louise]
Erich von Stroheim [Beethoven]
Orson Welles [Sir Hudson Lpwe]
Gianna Maria Canale [Pauline Borghese]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: ,
Sound System: not indicated

General Information

Napoléon is a motion picture produced in the year 1954 as a France production. The Film was directed by Sacha Guitry, with Danielle Darrieux, Clément Duhour, O.W. Fischer, Jean Gabin, Sacha Guitry, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Napoléon available.

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