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Bocage (1936)

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Bocage is a former navy officer, a cultured gentleman, a passionate man, and a poet. He lived in the second half of the 18th century, and he goes through a number of relationships, writing ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Raul de Carvalho ...
Bocage
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlos Alves
Carlos Barros
Celita Bastos ...
Canária
Holbeche Bastos
María Castelar ...
Analia
Eduardo Colombo ...
Silveira, the Poet
Baltasar de Azevedo
Lino Ferreira ...
Francisco, a policeman
Maria Helena ...
Marcia
Oliveira Martins
Maria Helena Matos ...
Márcia Coutinho
Araujo Pereira ...
Pina Manique
Joaquim Prata ...
Caldas, a poet
António Silva ...
Tomé, a policeman
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Bocage is a former navy officer, a cultured gentleman, a passionate man, and a poet. He lived in the second half of the 18th century, and he goes through a number of relationships, writing love poems to his Three Graces: his colleague Márcia - a wild girl - and her two sisters, Anália, who loves God more than men, and Canária, a sensual Brazilean 'canary' who lives to love... Written by Artemis-9

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By 1980, film critics and researchers considered this a lost film, since no copies were found anywhere, and its negative and prints were destroyed in a blaze at the production company's archives years before. See more »

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Referenced in Félix Ribeiro - Dr. Celulóide (1980) See more »

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