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The Adventures of Scaramouche (1963)
"La máscara de Scaramouche" (original title)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gérard Barray ...
Michèle Girardon ...
Diana - Souchil's ward
Gianna Maria Canale ...
Yvette Lebon ...
Alice - Madame de Popignan
Alberto de Mendoza ...
Roger - Marquis de la Tour
George Rigaud ...
Duc de Lacoste (as Georges Rigaud)
Andrés Mejuto ...
Señor de Villancourt
Gonzalo Cañas ...
Pierrot (as Gonzalo Canas)
Irán Eory ...
Jacqueline - Pierrot's girl-friend
Rafael Durán ...
Señor de Dubalon
Rafael Bruguera ...
Marquis de Souchil (as José Bruguera)
Antonio Gradoli
Fernando Montes
Xan das Bolas ...
Álvaro de Luna


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21 November 1964 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Adventures of Scaramouche  »

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ESP 7,983,150 (Spain)

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2.35 : 1
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Les comediens
By Charles Aznavour
Sung by Jacqueline François
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Little finesse in this swashbuckling euroflick
4 July 2013 | by (Paris, Fr) – See all my reviews

This 60s French-Spanish co-production has all the flaws of the genre: an opportunistic approach lacking a vision. It feels very routinely shot by a sloppy operator. The main cast does an OK job even though it verges on the wooden side quite often.

This mediocre movie would deserve a kinder approach if the story had tried better to stay away from Sabatini's. As such the story is much weaker while at heart the plot is almost the same. I understand that it was difficult to stem away from George Sydney's magnificent 1952 rendition since this MGM gem does everything right and is all at once a swashbuckling, romantic and comic and dramatic delight.

The Commedia dell' Arte character is a buoyant man of murky origins and it takes a lot of talent to invent something different than the Hollywood-Sabatini one. That is definitely asking too much from opportunistic European producers who are satisfied aplenty with shooting a story set in Paris at the very distinctive Burgos Cathedral.

I remember I enjoyed this movie when I was 8 and was really impressed and moved by the scene at the cemetery, but now I see this scene is one gigantic directorial failure, mixing buffoonery, fantasy, grief, vengeance and remorse. No wonder these co-productions didn't mind about craftsmanship but only about shooting the bits together.

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