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Man to Men

Man to Men

A Feature film by Christian-Jaque

Produced by Les Réalisations d'Art Cinématographique (RAC)

Release in France : 01/10/1948


    In 1858, Henri Dunant, a Swiss, has problems running his colonial business. He decides to appeal directly to Emperor Napoleon III, who is conducting his Italian campaign. On the tragic battlefield of Solferino, he witnesses so much suffering that he forgets the original purpose of his trip and begins to nurse the injured, be they French, Italian or Austrian. Dunant is so affected that he vows to found a permanent organization to assist wounded soldiers all over the world... After several years of effort, Dunant succeeds in winning the participation of 14 nations in 1863, whose delegates, meeting in Geneva, lay the foundations for the International Red Cross.

    Actors (37)

    Production and distribution (4)

    Full credits (16)

    Assistant directors :

    Raymond Villette, Lucien Denis

    Producer :

    Jean Erard

    Screenwriters :

    Christian-Jaque, Charles Spaak

    Sound Assistant :

    Gaston Demède

    Camera Operator :

    Alain Douarinou

    Assistant Editor :

    Raymonde Lejeune

    Production Designer :

    Robert Gys

    Still Photographer :

    Raymond Voinquel

    Dialogue Writer :

    Charles Spaak

    Sound recordists :

    Joseph De Bretagne, Joseph Kosma

    Director of Photography :

    Christian Matras

    Assistant Operator :

    Ernest Bourreaud

    Editor :

    Jacques Desagneaux

    Continuity supervisor :

    Simone Bourdarias

    Costume designer :

    Rosine Delamare

    Location Manager :

    Louis Théron

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    Feature film

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    Illness, Medicine

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    Coproducer countries :

    France, Switzerland

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    Majority French (France, Switzerland)

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    Runtime :

    1 h 36 min

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    Black & White

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