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|Directed by||Pierre-Jean Ducis|
|Written by|| Léopold Marchand |
|Based on||The Assault by Henri Bernstein|
|Produced by||Henri Ullmann|
|Starring|| Charles Vanel |
|Edited by||André Versein|
|Music by||Henri Verdun|
|Distributed by||Les Films Paramount|
|31 December 1936|
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It was shot at the Joinville Studios of Paramount Pictures in Paris. Location shooting took place at the National Assembly and in Blois. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Jacques-Laurent Atthalin and Henri Ménessier.
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