The Captain (1946 film)

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The Captain
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Directed by Robert Vernay
Written by
Based onLe Capitan
by Michel Zevaco
Produced byÉdouard Harispuru
Cinematography Victor Arménise
Edited byJeannette Berton
Music by Jean Wiener
Compagnie Franco Coloniale Cinématographique
Distributed by Pathé
Release date
  • 27 March 1946 (1946-03-27)
Running time
98 minutes
Language French

The Captain (French: Le capitan) is a 1946 French historical adventure film directed by Robert Vernay and starring Pierre Renoir, Claude Génia, and Jean Pâqui. [1] It was based on a novel by Michel Zévaco. The film's sets were designed by René Renoux. It is a swashbuckler set in the reign of Louis XIII.



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  1. Oscherwitz & Higgins p.412