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|The Phantom Carriage|
|Directed by||Julien Duvivier|
|Based on|| Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness! |
by Selma Lagerlöf
|Produced by||Paul Graetz|
|Edited by||Jean Feyte|
|Music by||Jacques Ibert|
|Distributed by||Société Anonyme Universal-Film|
|8 September 1939|
The Phantom Carriage or The Phantom Wagon (French: La charrette fantôme) is a 1939 French drama film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Pierre Fresnay, Marie Bell and Micheline Francey. It is based on the novel Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness! by Selma Lagerlöf, which had previously been adapted into the 1921 Swedish silent film The Phantom Carriage by Victor Sjöström. 
It was shot at the Neuilly Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Krauss. It was due to be screened at the first Cannes Film Festival scheduled for September 1939, but cancelled due to the outbreak of the Second World War.
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