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The Seven Deadly Sins (1952 film)

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Genre  Drama
Country  France / Italy
6.7/10 IMDb

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Language  French
The Seven Deadly Sins (1952 film) movie poster

Release date  1952
Writer  Jean Aurenche (scenario & dialogue), Claude Autant-Lara (scenario & dialogue), Jules-Amedee Barbey dAurevilly (story), Herve Bazin (story), Pierre Bost (scenario & dialogue), Colette (short story "La chatte"), Diego Fabbri (scenario), Liana Ferri (scenario), Leo Joannon (idea), Antonio Pietrangeli (scenario), Carlo Rim (scenario & dialogue), Roberto Rossellini (scenario), Charles Spaak (scenario), Turi Vasile (scenario), Rene Wheeler (adaptation)
Directors  Roberto Rossellini, Yves Allegret, Claude Autant-Lara, Eduardo De Filippo, Jean Dreville, Georges Lacombe, Carlo Rim
Music director  Rene Cloerec, Yves Baudrier
Screenplay  Roberto Rossellini, Claude Autant-Lara
Cast  Michèle Morgan (Anne-Marie de Pallières (in L'orgueil / Pride)), Viviane Romance (Mme. Blanc (in La luxure / Lust)), Noël-Noël (Saint-Pierre (in La paresse / Sloth)), Andrée Debar (Camille (in L'envie / Envy)), Isa Miranda (Mme. Alvaro (in L'avarice et la colère / Avarice and Anger)), Henri Vidal (Dr. Henri (in La gourmandise / Gluttony))


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The Seven Deadly Sins (French: Les Sept péchés capitaux) is a 1952 French/Italian co-production motion picture drama. The film stars Michèle Morgan, Françoise Rosay, Viviane Romance, Maurice Ronet, Louis de Funès, Isa Miranda, Henri Vidal and Gérard Philipe. It has seven separate sections: ("Pride/L'Orgueil", "Lust/La Luxure", "Sloth/La Paresse", "Envy/L'Envie", "Avarice and Anger/L'Avarice et la colère", "Gluttony/La Gourmandise", "The Eighth Sin/Le Huitième péché") with five episodes from France, and two episodes from Italy.

Contents

Director

  • Claude Autant-Lara (segment "Pride")
  • Yves Allégret (segment "Lust")
  • Jean Dréville (segment "Sloth")
  • Roberto Rossellini (segment "Envy")
  • Eduardo De Filippo (segment "Avarice and Anger")
  • Carlo Rim (segment "Gluttony")
  • Georges Lacombe (segment "The Eighth Sin")
  • Writer

  • Diego Fabbri
  • Liana Ferri
  • Léo Joannon
  • Turi Vasile
  • René Wheeler
  • Claude Autant-Lara (segment "Pride")
  • Jean Aurenche (segments "Pride", "Lust", "The Eighth Sin")
  • Pierre Bost (segments "Pride", "Lust", "The Eighth Sin")
  • Carlo Rim (segments "Sloth", "Gluttony")
  • Roberto Rossellini (segment "Envy")
  • Charles Spaak (segment "Avarice and Anger")
  • References

    The Seven Deadly Sins (1952 film) Wikipedia
    The Seven Deadly Sins (1952 film) IMDbThe Seven Deadly Sins (1952 film) themoviedb.org