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Cayenne Palace

Cayenne Palace

A Feature film by Alain Maline

Produced by Les Films Plain Chant, Top n°1 Productions, UGC Images, Les Films 13 , Mikado Films

Release in France : 16/12/1987

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Actors (9)

Production and distribution (4)

Foreign production company :

George Reinhart Productions

French distribution :

UGC Distribution (ex International)

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Synopsis

Noel Caradec (Richard Berry) is a bereft son who has come from France to the tropical South American country to look for his father, who fled from the prison and disappeared years ago. He runs into serious opposition from the owner of a hotel and bar known as Cayenne-Palace. The man also happens to be at the center of all the illegal goings-on in the region. However, Noel is not entirely without friends, as his half-brother Xavier and the people of the jungle are on his side.

Full credits (18)

Executive Producers :

Philippe Diaz, Claude Lelouch

Dialogue Writer :

Bruno Tardon

Screenwriter :

Bruno Tardon

Co-producer :

Claude Lelouch

Sound Recordist :

Harald Maury

Editors :

Hugues Darmois, Sophie Bhaud

Production Designer :

HELD Bruno

Stunt performer :

Guy Di Rigo

Still Photographer :

Arnaud Borrel

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Bruno Tardon

Original ideas :

Jérôme Tonnerre, Philippe Le Guay, Alain Maline

Foreign Producer :

Georges Reinhart

Director of Photography :

Jacques Steyn

Production Manager :

Jean-Louis Monthieux

Assistant editor :

Brigitte Chanteloube

Music Composer :

Jean-François Leon

Sound Mixer :

Paul Bertault

Location managers :

Marc Vade, Éric Hubert

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Adventure

Production language :

French

Coproducer countries :

France, Switzerland

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

Majority French (France, Switzerland)

Production year :

1987

French release :

16/12/1987

Runtime :

1 h 45 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

64691

Visa issue date :

08/12/1987

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

CinemaScope

Audio format :

Dolby

Posters (1)

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