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L'Abbé Constantin

L'Abbé Constantin

A Feature film by Julien Duvivier

Produced by Le Film d'Art (Vandal et Delac)

Release in France : 09/10/1925

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Actors (9)

Production and distribution

Executive Producer :

Le Film d'Art (Vandal et Delac)

Synopsis

Poor abbé Contantin, he is devastated at the news: to think that two American ladies have bought the local manor where he has always been welcome! Worse, Mrs. Scott and her cousin Bettina are protestant. But the good priest soon realizes there is no cause for alarm. The two ladies are charming and open-minded. They insist on Constantin sticking to his old habits and he gladly resumes his visits to the manor. Paul,his nephew, will even fall in love with Bettina and the priest will unite the two young people in the village of mirth.

Source : IMDb

Full credits (7)

Assistant Director :

Raoul Kofler

Authors of original work :

Hector Crémieux, Pierre Decourcelle, Ludovic Halévy

Screenwriter :

Julien Duvivier

Production Designer :

Fernand Delattre

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Julien Duvivier

Producers :

Charles Delac, Marcel Vandal, Maurice Moriaud

Directors of Photography :

Walter, André Dantan

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Production language :

Silent

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

1925

French release :

09/10/1925

Runtime :

1 h 13 min

Current status :

Released

Approval :

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Black & White

Aspect ratio :

1.33

Audio format :

Silent