Katia (film)

Last updated
Katia
Katia 1938 film.jpg
Directed by Maurice Tourneur
Written by Jean-Jacques Bernard
Jacques Companéez
Produced by Louis d'Hee
Starring Danielle Darrieux
Cinematography Robert Lefebvre
Edited by Roger Mercanton
Music by Wal Berg
Production
company
Distributed by Cando-Film (1949) (Austria)
Arthur Mayer & Joseph Burstyn (US)
Release dates
7 November 1938 (Paris)
22 December 1939 (US)
Running time
89 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Katia is a 1938 French historical drama film starring Danielle Darrieux. The movie was directed by Maurice Tourneur, based on novel Princesse Mathe Bibesco by Marthe Bibesco under the pseudonym Lucile Decaux. It tells the love affair of Russian princess and Czar Alexander II.

Contents

It was remade in 1959 with the same title, which starred Romy Schneider. [1]

Cast

Notes


Related Research Articles

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Jean Marais</span> French actor, writer, director and sculptor (1913-1998)

Jean-Alfred Villain-Marais, known professionally as Jean Marais, was a French actor, film director, theatre director, painter, sculptor, visual artist, writer and photographer. He performed in over 100 films and was the muse and lover of acclaimed director Jean Cocteau. In 1996, he was awarded the French Legion of Honor for his contributions to French Cinema.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Danielle Darrieux</span> French actress and singer (1917–2017)

Danielle Yvonne Marie Antoinette Darrieux was a French actress of stage, television and film, as well as a singer and dancer.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Françoise Rosay</span> French actress and singer

Françoise Rosay was a French opera singer, diseuse, and actress who enjoyed a film career of over sixty years and who became a legendary figure in French cinema. She went on to appear in over 100 movies in her career.

Étienne Périer was a Belgian film director.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Henri Decoin</span> French film director

Henri Decoin was a French film director and screenwriter, who directed more than 50 films between 1933 and 1964. He was also a swimmer who won the national title in 1911 and held the national record in the 500 m freestyle. He competed in the 400 m freestyle at the 1908 Summer Olympics and in the water polo tournament at the 1912 Summer Olympics.

<i>Marie-Octobre</i> 1959 film

Marie-Octobre is a 1959 French film directed by Julien Duvivier, based on the eponymous novel by Jacques Robert. It is also known as Secret Meeting The film was remade in 2008 by director Josée Dayan, starring Nathalie Baye.

<i>The Red and the Black</i> (1954 film) 1954 French film

The Red and the Black is a 1954 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Claude Autant-Lara, who co-wrote the screenplay with Jean Aurenche and Pierre Bost, based on the novel The Red and the Black by Stendhal. The film starred Gérard Philipe, Antonella Lualdi and Danielle Darrieux, and won the French Syndicate of Cinema Critics award for the best film of 1955 and the Grand Prix de l'Académie du Cinéma the same year.

<i>Return at Dawn</i> 1936 French film

Return at Dawn is a 1938 French drama film starring Danielle Darrieux, and was directed by Henri Decoin, who co-wrote the screenplay with Pierre Wolff, based on a short story by Vicki Baum. The music score is by Paul Misraki. The sets were designed by the art director Serge Piménoff. It was filmed in Zichyújfalu and Budapest, Hungary.

<i>Abused Confidence</i> 1938 film

Abused Confidence is a 1938 French drama film directed by Henri Decoin and starring Danielle Darrieux and Charles Vanel.

<i>Premier rendez-vous</i> 1941 French film directed by Henri Decoin

Premier rendez-vous is a 1941 French comedy film starring Danielle Darrieux. It was directed by Henri Decoin, who co-wrote the screenplay with Michel Duran. During the German occupation, the film was made by Continental Films at Paris Studios Cinéma.

<i>My Heart Is Calling You</i> 1934 film

My Heart Is Calling You is the 1934 French version of a German musical film directed by Carmine Gallone and Serge Véber, written by Ernst Marischka, produced by Arnold Pressburger. The film stars Jan Kiepura, Danielle Darrieux and Lucien Baroux. The music score is by Robert Stolz.

<i>Twisted Mistress</i> 1942 French film

Twisted Mistress is a 1942 French comedy film starring Danielle Darrieux. The movie was directed by André Cayatte, based on story by Honoré de Balzac. It was released on VHS in France by TF1 Vidéo on 1 January 1998. It tells the story of a circus owner's daughter, who plays on a rope, sings two songs, and falls in love with local rugby player.

Katia is a feminine given name.

<i>Rio</i> (1939 film) 1939 film by John Brahm

Rio is a 1939 American crime film directed by John Brahm and starring Basil Rathbone and Victor McLaglen.

<i>Le désordre et la nuit</i> 1958 French film

Le désordre et la nuit is a 1958 French crime film directed by Gilles Grangier and starring Jean Gabin and Danielle Darrieux. The screenplay is based on the novel Le désordre et la nuit by Jacques Robert. The film was released in the United States as Night Affair.

<i>Magnificent Sinner</i> 1960 French film

Magnificent Sinner is a 1959 French film by director Robert Siodmak about the romance between Tsar Alexander II of Russia and the then-schoolgirl Catherine Dolgorukov, who later became his mistress and finally his morganatic wife. It stars Romy Schneider as Katia, a schoolgirl who becomes the Tsar's mistress and Curd Jürgens as Tsar Alexander II of Russia. The film, originally released as Katia, was a remake of a 1938 French film of the same name, which starred Danielle Darrieux.

<i>The Crisis is Over</i> 1934 film

The Crisis is Over is a 1934 French musical comedy film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Albert Préjean, Danielle Darrieux and Marcel Carpentier. Many of those who worked on the film were exiles from Nazi Germany. It was made by Nero Films, which until recently had been based in Berlin.

<i>The Lacquered Box</i> 1932 film

The Lacquered Box is a 1932 French crime film directed by Jean Kemm and starring Danielle Darrieux. It was based on Agatha Christie's play Black Coffee which had been turned into a British film the previous year.

<i>Ruy Blas</i> (film) 1948 film

Ruy Blas is a 1948 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Pierre Billon and starring Danielle Darrieux, Jean Marais and Marcel Herrand. The screenplay was written by Jean Cocteau based on the 1838 play of the same title by Victor Hugo.

<i>Eyes of Love</i> (1959 film) 1959 film

Eyes of Love is a 1959 French-Italian romantic drama film directed by Denys de La Patellière and starring Danielle Darrieux, Jean-Claude Brialy and Françoise Rosay.