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The Devil's in Love (1933)

Passed | | Drama, Romance, Thriller | 21 July 1933 (USA)
Unjustly convicted of murdering the major who transferred him to another outpost, a doctor makes good his escape then sets out to prove his innocence using another identity.

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(as Wilhelm Dieterle)

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(story "Consul of the Damned"), (screenplay)
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Margot Lesesne
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Capt. Jean Fabien
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Capt. Radak - Chief of Police
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Bimpy
Emile Chautard ...
Father Carmion (as Emil Chautard)
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Salazar
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Unjustly convicted of murdering the major who transferred him to another outpost, a doctor makes good his escape then sets out to prove his innocence using another identity.

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21 July 1933 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Dezerter  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Shot May-late June 1933, released July, and the last time that Bela Lugosi was unbilled on screen. See more »

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La Marseillaise
(1792) (uncredited)
Written by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
In the score at the end
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Bela Lugosi in the Foreign Legion
15 October 1999 | by See all my reviews

"The Devil's in Love" is a very interesting movie, and fans of old movies consider this a gem. A good cast and a compelling plot are highlights. This could have been just another story of intrigue in the Foreign Legion, but Bela Lugosi gives a stand-out performance as the Military Prosecutor. Although Bela had a small role (remember the famous quote: "There are no small parts, only small actors") it was a key role and pivotal to the story. The scene Bela is in is actually fairly lengthy. Whereas Bela's name is absent from the main credits, Bela's performance did not go unnoticed by his growing number of fans-- who were now becoming, pardon the pun, Legion.


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