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Angélique, Marquise des Anges (1964)

Original Title : Angélique, marquise des anges
Director : Bernard Borderie
Writer : Anne Golon
Serge Golon
Claude Brulé
Bernard Borderie
Francis Cosne
Daniel Boulanger
Genre : Adventure
Romance
Country : France
Language : French
Producer : Francis Cosne
Music : Michel Magne
Photography : Henri Persin
IMDB ID : 0057846
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Angélique, Marquise des Anges (1964) - Bernard Borderie
 

Starring

Michèle Mercier Angélique Sancé de Monteloup
Robert Hossein Jeoffrey de Peyrac
Jean Rochefort Desgrez
Claude Giraud Philippe de Plessis-Bellieres
Giuliano Gemma Nicolas
Charles Régnier Conan Becher
Jacques Toja Louis XIV
Madeleine LeBeau La Grande Demoiselle
Jean Topart Bourié
Bernard Woringer Bernard D'Andijos
Philippe Lemaire De Vardes
Jean Ozenne Le marquis de Plessis-Bellières
François Maistre Le prince de Condé
Robert Porte Monsieur
Etchika Choureau Hortense
Denise Provence Barbe
Renate Ewert Margot
Geneviève Fontanel Carmencita
Jacques Castelot L'archevêque de Toulouse
Yves Barsacq Le procureur Fallot
Henri Cogan Cul-de-Bois
Sylvie Coste L'amie de' carmencita
Paula Dehelly La domestique des Monteloup
Pierre Hatet Le chevalier de Germontaz
Jacques Hilling Molines
Robert Hoffmann Chevalier de Lorraine
Bernard La Jarrige Le baron de Monteloup (as Bernard Lajarrige
Serge Marquand Jactance
Jacques Mignot Raymond de Monteloup
Michael Münzer Un truand
Rosalba Neri La Polak
Alexandre Rignault Guillaume Lützen
Roberto Barcarolle
André Rouyer Clément Tonnel
Black Salem Kouassi-Bâ
Black Salem Kouassi-Bâ
Georges Guéret uncredited
Noëlle Noblecourt Margot
 

Comments

A breathtaking spectacle I really do not understand how it is possible that one of the greatest movie series of 1960`s has got such a small amount of comments on this site. This opening movie of the five-part series is in my opinion one of the best. We can see a successful portrayal of rural France of 17th century, the splendour of the golden age of Lous XIV., the debauchery of the court of Versailles etc. Michelle Mercier is simply beautiful, Toja as Louis XIV. is very good as well. The film features some very well-acted scenes. I can recommend it to anyone who loves historical spectacles. This is one of the best ever filmed, I have doubts whether the present film-makers would manage to match it!