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Sarajevo (1940 French film)

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Director  Akos Rathonyi
Music director  Szabolcs Fenyes
Language  French
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Duration  
Country  France
Sarajevo (1940 French film) movie poster
Writer  Carl Zuckmayer, Marcelle Maurette, Curt Alexander, Andre-Paul Antoine, Jacques Natanson
Release date  1 May 1940 (1940-05-01)
Initial release  September 2, 1940 (Hungary)
Screenplay  Geza von Radvanyi, Jeno Szatmari
Cast  Edwige Feuillère (La comtesse Sophie Chotek), John Lodge (L'archiduc François Ferdinand), Aimé Clariond (Le prince de Montenuovo (Sociétaire de la Comédie Française)), Jean Worms (L'empereur François Joseph (avec)), Jean Debucourt (Janatschek (Sociétaire de la Comédie Française)), Raymond Aimos (Le valet de François Ferdiand (avec))
Similar movies  Somewhere in Europe (1948)

Sarajevo 1941 in color filmed after german italian invasion during wwii


Sarajevo (French:De Mayerling à Sarajevo) is a 1940 French historical film directed by Max Ophüls and starring Edwige Feuillère, John Lodge and Aimé Clariond. Beginning in the aftermath of the Mayerling Incident the film portrays the love affair and marriage between Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, leading up to their eventual assassination in 1914 in events that triggered the First World War. The film was not a commercial or critical success. Following the German occupation of France the film was banned, and Ophüls fled into exile for the second time.

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Partial cast

  • Edwige Feuillère as la comtesse Sophie Chotek
  • John Lodge as l'archiduc François-Ferdinand
  • Aimé Clariond as le prince de Montenuovo
  • Jean Worms as l'empereur François-Joseph
  • Gilbert Gil as Gavrilo Princip
  • Jean Debucourt as Janatschek
  • Raymond Aimos as le valet de François-Ferdinand
  • Gabrielle Dorziat as l'archiduchesse Marie-Thérèse
  • Henri Bosc as l'ambassadeur de Serbie
  • Gaston Dubosc as le comte Chotek
  • Marcel André as l'archiduc Frédéric
  • Colette Régis as l'archiduchesse Isabelle
  • Jacqueline Marsan as une jeune archiduchesse
  • William Aguet as le chambellan
  • References

    Sarajevo (1940 French film) Wikipedia
    Sarajevo (1940 French film) IMDb Sarajevo (1940 French film) themoviedb.org


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