Venus (1929 film)

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Directed by Louis Mercanton
Written by Jean Vignaud (story)
Adrien Gaillard
Produced byLouis Mercanton
Starring Constance Talmadge
André Roanne
Jean Murat
Cinematography Léonce-Henri Burel
Mercanton Films
Distributed byLes Artistes Associés
United Artists (US)
Release date
29 September 1929
French intertitles

Venus (French:Vénus) is a 1929 French silent drama film directed by Louis Mercanton, and starring Constance Talmadge, André Roanne, and Jean Murat. It is based on a story by Jean Vignaud. [1]



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  1. Goble p. 1003