|The Secret of Monte Cristo|
|Directed by||Albert Valentin|
|Written by|| Pierre Laroche |
|Produced by||Claude Dolbert|
|Starring|| Pierre Brasseur |
|Music by||Marcel Landowski|
|Distributed by||Les Distributeurs Internationeaux de Films|
|17 September 1948|
The Secret of Monte Cristo (French: Le secret de Monte-Cristo) is a 1948 French historical drama film directed by Albert Valentin and starring Pierre Brasseur, Georges Vitray and Pierre Larquey.  The film is based on the purported real story behind the Alexandre Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo .
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