La Dame de Monsoreau

Directed by: Charles Krauss, Émile Chautard, France, 1913

France, 1913
Szenenphoto aus La Dame de Monsoreau, © Éclair


Cast and Credits

Production Société Française des Films Éclair [N ° 2166]
Director Charles Krauss [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Émile Chautard [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Based on Alexandre Dumas père
Cast Marie-Louise Derval [Diane von Meridor]
Marie-Louise Derval [Zofe von Frau Monsoreau Gertrud]
Marise Dauvray [Madame de Saint-Luc]
Henri Bosc [Ludwig von Bussy]
Paul Guidé [King Heinrich III Frankreich]
Paul Guidé [Franz von Anjou]
Albert Bras [Baron von Meridor]
Albert Bras [Count von Monsoreau]
Albert Bras [Gorenflot]
Albert Bras [Narr Chicot]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 2055 meters
Sound System: silent
First Screening: October 10, 1913 in Frankreich

Survival Status: Incomplete Prints of this picture are known [Archiv: Archives du Film du Archives Du Film Du CNC (Bois d'Arcy)]

Synopsis in German
Sie verlässt den ungeliebten Mann wegen des Geliebten. (German Early Cinema)

Remarks and general Information in German: Bei IMDb fälschlicherweise Maurice Tourneur zugeschrieben.
Press screening: 11.11.1913: Mozartsaal Berlin

General Information

La Dame de Monsoreau is a motion picture produced in the year 1913 as a France production. The Film was directed by Charles Krauss, Émile Chautard, with Marie-Louise Derval, , Marise Dauvray, Henri Bosc, Paul Guidé, in the leading parts. There are no reviews of La Dame de Monsoreau available.

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