Ramuntcho (1938 film)

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Ramuntcho
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Directed by René Barberis
Written by Emile Allard
René Barberis
Based onRamuntcho
by Pierre Loti
Produced by Pierre Chichério
Starring Paul Cambo
Louis Jouvet
Madeleine Ozeray
Cinematography Nikolai Toporkoff
Music by Marceau Van Hoorebecke
Production
company
F.I.C.
Distributed byRéalisation d'art cinématographique
Release date
  • 24 February 1938 (1938-02-24)
Running time
89 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

Ramuntcho is a 1938 French drama film directed by René Barberis and starring Paul Cambo, Louis Jouvet and Madeleine Ozeray. [1] It is based on Pierre Loti's 1897 novel of the same title. It was shot at the Studios de la Seine in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Eugène Lourié.

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Synopsis

In the French Basque Country, smuggler Ramuntcho is engaged to the attractive Gracieuse, despite the fierce opposition of her family. He goes away to do his military service in Indochina and returns to discover that she has now entered a convent.

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  1. Rège p.51

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