Begins with Rouget de Lisle, as a captain of the King's Guards and a Royalist music teacher, falling in love with Marie Marnay, an innkeeper's daughter who has some political beliefs that do not include kings or queens. As time goes by, he writes "La Marseillaise", and she leads a revolution. Written by
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A man and a maid, worlds apart in class and cause...yet bound together in a fire whose flame was fanned to glorious heights! (original ad)
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After the film was completed, it was found to contain so many historical inaccuracies that the studio actually inserted an apology into the opening credits. See more