The Rebel (1931 film)

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The Rebel
Directed byAdelqui Migliar
Based on"The General" (Hungarian: "A tábornok") by Lajos Zilahy
StarringSuzy Vernon, Thomy Bourdelle, Paule Andral, Pierre Batcheff, Henry Prestat, Frédéric Mariotti, André Rehan, Jeanne Brazine, Georges La Cressonnière
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The Rebel (French: Le rebelle) is a 1931 French drama film directed by Adelqui Migliar and starring Suzy Vernon, Thomy Bourdelle and Paule Andral. The film is based on the 1928 play The General (Hungarian:A tábornok) by Lajos Zilahy. [1]


The film is the French-language version of The Virtuous Sin (1930).


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  1. Powrie & Rebillard p.177