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Fanny

Fanny

A Feature film by Marc Allégret

Produced by Les Films Marcel Pagnol, Etablissements Braunberger-Richebé

Release in France : 02/11/1932

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Production and distribution (3)

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Synopsis

Fanny has allowed her lover Marius to follow his desire to travel.  But a short while after Marius has set out for a five year trip on a ship bound for the Indian Ocean, Fanny discovers that she is pregnant.  Although she is still in love with Marius, she has no other option but to accept the offer of marriage from the widowed sail-maker Honoré Panisse...

Full credits (16)

Executive Producers :

Pierre Braunberger, Roger Richebé, Marcel Pagnol

Dialogue Writer :

Marcel Pagnol

Screenwriter :

Marcel Pagnol

Sound Recordist :

William Bell

Production Manager :

Roger Richebé

Editors :

Jean Mamy, Raymond Lamy

Production Designer :

Gabriel Scognamillo

Artistic directors :

Dominique Drouin, Roland Tual

Assistant directors :

Pierre Prévert, Yves Allégret, Eli Lotar

Author of original work :

Marcel Pagnol

Directors of Photography :

Nicolas Toporkoff, Roger Hubert, Georges Benoît, André Dantan

Assistant Operator :

Henri Alekan

Press Attaché (film) :

Rodolphe Rouxel

Continuity supervisor :

Françoise Giroud

Music Composers :

Vincent Scotto, Georges Sellers

Still Photographer :

Roger Forster

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Romantic comedy, Drama

Production language :

French

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French

Production year :

1932

French release :

02/11/1932

Runtime :

2 h 20 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

508

Visa issue date :

31/08/1940

Approval :

Yes

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Black & White

Aspect ratio :

1.33

Audio format :

Mono