Behold Beatrice

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Behold Beatrice
Behold Beatrice.jpg
Directed by Jean de Marguenat
Written by
Produced by Georges Maurer
Jacques Sicre
Starring
Cinematography Fred Langenfeld
Edited by Raymond Louveau
Music by
Production
company
Société Cinématographique Méditerranéenne de Production
Distributed byUnion Française de Production Cinématographique
Release date
8 March 1944
Running time
97 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

Behold Beatrice or Beatrice's Temptation (French: Béatrice devant le désir) is a 1944 French drama film directed by Jean de Marguenat and starring Fernand Ledoux, Jules Berry and Renée Faure. [1] It features an early performance by the future star Simone Signoret. [2]

Contents

It was shot at the Victorine Studios in the southern French city of Nice. The film's sets were designed by the art director Georges Wakhévitch.

Cast

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References

  1. Goble p.168
  2. Hayward p.4

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