The Revenge of Roger

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The Revenge of Roger
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Directed by André Cayatte
Written by
Based on Roger la Honte by Jules Mary
Produced by Ayres d'Aguiar
Starring
Cinematography Robert Lavallée
Edited by Germaine Fouquet
Music by René Sylviano
Production
company
Gray-Film
Distributed byGray-Film
Release date
  • 23 October 1946 (1946-10-23)
CountryFrance
Language French

The Revenge of Roger (French: La revanche de Roger la Honte) is a 1946 French historical crime film directed by André Cayatte and starring Lucien Coëdel, María Casares and Paul Bernard. The film is based on a novel by Jules Mary. [1] It was a sequel to the film Roger la Honte also directed by Cayatte which had been shot in 1945 but was released in 1946. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Colombier.

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  1. Goble p.311

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