Deburau (film)

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Directed by Sacha Guitry
Written bySacha Guitry
Based on Deburau by Sacha Guitry
Produced byJean Berard
Raymond Borderie
Starring Sacha Guitry
Lana Marconi
Robert Seller
CinematographyNoël Ramettre
Edited by Raymond Lamy
Music by Louis Beydts
Compagnie Industrielle et Commerciale Cinématographique
Distributed byFilmsonor
Release date
29 June 1951
Running time
93 minutes
Language French

Deburau is a 1951 French historical comedy drama film directed by and starring Sacha Guitry alongside Lana Marconi, Robert Seller and Jeanne Fusier-Gir. It is based on Guitry's own 1918 play Deburau , inspired by the life of the eighteenth century mime Jean-Gaspard Deburau. [1] It was shot at the Francoeur Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director René Renoux.



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  1. Hayward p.462