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The Most Dangerous Sin

The Most Dangerous Sin

A Feature film by Georges Lampin

Produced by Champs-Élysées Production

Release in France : 04/12/1956

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Actors (31)

Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

Champs-Élysées Production

Film exports/foreign sales :

Télédis

TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

TV broadcasts: details by country

Synopsis

René Brunel (Robert Hossein) (believes himself above such bourgeois concepts as morality and conscience, which leads to his murder of a hateful old woman. A perceptive police inspector (Jean Gabin) wears down René's sociopathic tendencies, until the student--who has a conscience after all--breaks down and confesses.

Full credits (19)

Executive Producer :

Jules Borkon

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Charles Spaak

Author of original work :

Fiodor Dostoïevski

Director of Photography :

Claude Renoir

Sound assistants :

Marcel Corvaisier, Guy Villette

Camera Operator :

Louis Stein

Editor :

Emma Le Chanois

Continuity supervisor :

Lily Hargous

Music Composer :

Maurice Thiriet

Still Photographer :

Roger Forster

Assistant directors :

Pierre Granier-Deferre, Jean Léon

Dialogue Writer :

Charles Spaak

Voice :

Martine Sarcey

Sound Recordist :

Jean Rieul

Assistant Operators :

André Dubreuil, Andréas Winding

Production Manager :

Pierre Laurent

Assistant Editor :

Jacqueline Aubery

Production Designer :

Paul Bertrand

Costume designer :

Marc Doelnitz

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama, Literary adaptation

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

1956

French release :

04/12/1956

Runtime :

1 h 47 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

16655

Visa issue date :

16/11/1956

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Black & White

Posters (1)

Director

Awards