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Amazing Monsieur Fabre

Amazing Monsieur Fabre

A Feature film by Henri Diamant-Berger

Produced by CICC Films Borderie, UGC Images, Fides, Le Film d'Art (Henri Diamant-Berger)

Release in France : 14/09/1951

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Actors (22)

Production and distribution (3)

Synopsis

Pierre Fresnay plays the title role of a dedicated man, living in the south of France in the 19th-century and somewhat ahead of his time. Fabre ekes out a meager existence for his huge family as a mathematics instructor who studies insects. Recognition of his work, both in the field of entomology and as it related to man's behavior, came slowly over a 50-year period that showed him that man alone possesses a soul and free will.

Source : IMDb

Full credits (9)

Executive Producers :

Ernest Rupp, Henri Diamant-Berger, Raymond Borderie, André Halley des Fontaines

Screenwriter :

Jack Kirkland

Sound Recordist :

William-Robert Sivel

Production Designer :

Robert Giordani

Costume designers :

Georgette Fillon, Rosine Delamare

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Henri Diamant-Berger

Director of Photography :

Claude Renoir

Editor :

Christian Gaudin

Music Composer :

Hubert d'Auriol

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Portrait

Themes :

Science

Production language :

French, English

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Production year :

1951

French release :

14/09/1951

Runtime :

1 h 28 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

11060

Visa issue date :

29/06/1951

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Black & White

Aspect ratio :

1.37

Audio format :

Mono