Jean Gabin(Clément / Maurice Lafarge),
Richard Whorf(Lt. Varenne),
Dennis Moore(Maurice LeFarge),
Ralph Morgan(Col. DeBoivin),
Peter van Eyck(Hafner)
February 11, 1944
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,
Of Gods and Men,
Days of Glory,
Jules and Jim
THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN A WOMAN EVER LOVED!
The Impostor (a.k.a. Bayonet Charge and Strange Confession) is a 1944 American drama war film directed by Julien Duvivier starring Jean Gabin.
Clement (Gabin), a condemned murderer literally minutes away from the guillotine, is "liberated" when the Nazis bomb the French jail that holds him. During his escape he steals the uniform and identification papers of a dead French soldier. He then hides from the law by joining the Resistance movement. Clement's new identity and purpose in life reform him. In the end he sacrifices himself in service of his country.
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