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Indomptable Angélique (1967)

Original Title : Indomptable Angélique
Director : Bernard Borderie
Writer : Anne Golon
Serge Golon
Bernard Borderie
Pascal Jardin
Francis Cosne
Pascal Jardin
Louis Agotay
Genre : Adventure
Romance
Country : France
Language : French
Producer : François Chavane , Francis Cosne
Music : Michel Magne
Photography : Henri Persin
IMDB ID : 0061819
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poster for "Indomptable Angélique" by Bernard Borderie (1967)
Indomptable Angélique (1967) - Bernard Borderie
 

Starring

Michèle Mercier Angélique de Peyrac
Robert Hossein Jeoffrey de Peyrac
Roger Pigaut Le Marquis d'Escrainville
Christian Rode Le Duc de Vivonne
Ettore Manni Jason
Bruno Dietrich Coriano
Pasquale Martino Savary
Sieghardt Rupp Millerand
Poldo Bendandi (uncredited
Renato De Carmine (uncredited
Arturo Dominici Mezzo Morte (uncredited
Mino Doro (uncredited
Paolo Giusti (uncredited
Jean-Louis Jemma Voice of the Duke of Vivonne (uncredited
Gaby Mesée (uncredited
Paul Muller (uncredited
Jean-Claude Pascal uncredited
Mimmo Poli (uncredited
Jacques Santi (uncredited
Helmuth Schneider (uncredited
Gianni Solaro uncredited
 

Comments

The ultimate sentimental cloak and dagger story! How is it possible that no one before wrote a review of this movie and that only 11 persons voted on it? Maybe the predominantly American audience of IMDb is not much aware of French movies. French ladies (and especially young ladies!) and gentlemen, give your comments! The honor of France is at stake! The movies of the "Angelique" series are the ULTIMATE SENTIMENTAL CLOAK AND DAGGER STORY! A whole generation of French (and not only French!!) teenagers has swooned over these movies. So much adventure, splendid 17th century costumes, romantic love, faith and treason, it is all there! Of course the events often transgress the limits of what is credible, but who cares? Just don't be ashamed of enjoying these movies! And, of course, Michèle Mercier is splendid as the incredibly seductive and courageous heroine "Angelique".