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Angelique and the Sultan -- After being kidnapped, Angelique is sold to the Sultan of Morroco, a man in search of the prettiest women on earth. After rejecting his violent advances, Angelique is whipped and held prisoner in the harem.


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13 March 1968 (Italy) See more »
In the fifth and final of the Angélique series, the beautiful heroine is sold into a sultan's harem. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)
Michèle Mercier ... Angélique de Peyrac
Robert Hossein ... Jeoffrey de Peyrac

Jean-Claude Pascal ... Osman Ferradji
Jacques Santi ... Vateville
Helmuth Schneider ... Colin Paturel (as Helmut Schneider)
Roger Pigaut ... Le Marquis d'Escrainville
Ettore Manni ... Jason
Erno Crisa ... Turkish Ambassador
Bruno Dietrich ... Corlano
Pasquale Martino ... Savary
Renato De Carmine ... Jason
Henri Cogan ... Bolbec
Aly Ben Ayed ... Le sultan
Claudio Previtera
Gaby Mesée (as Gaby Messe)
Vilma Lindamar (as Wilma Lindamar)
Manja Golec ... La prisonnière
Mohamed Kouka
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Arturo Dominici ... Mezzo Morte (uncredited)
Mino Doro ... (uncredited)
Mario Meniconi ... (uncredited)
Christian Rode ... Vivonne (uncredited)
Sieghardt Rupp ... Millerand (uncredited)
Samia Sali ... Jeune Fille Du Harem (uncredited)

Directed by
Bernard Borderie 
Writing credits
Anne Golon (novel "Indomptable Angélique") &
Serge Golon (novel "Indomptable Angélique")

Bernard Borderie (writer) &
Francis Cosne (writer)

Pascal Jardin (dialogue)

Louis Agotay  uncredited

Produced by
François Chavane .... producer
Francis Cosne .... producer
Raymond Borderie .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Michel Magne 
Cinematography by
Henri Persin 
Film Editing by
Christian Gaudin 
Set Decoration by
Robert Giordani 
Costume Design by
Rosine Delamare 
Makeup Department
Jacqueline Juillard .... key hair stylist
Huguette LaLaurette .... wig maker
Maguy Vernadet .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Rachid Ben Ayed .... unit manager
Henri Jaquillard .... production manager
Paul Lemaire .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Hassen Daldoul .... assistant director (as Hassan Daldoul)
Jean-Claude Giuliani .... assistant director
Paul Nuytens .... assistant director
Art Department
René Calviera .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Jean Nény .... sound mixer
Antoine Petitjean .... sound engineer
Special Effects by
Pierre Roudeix .... special effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Abdellatif Ben Ammar .... assistant camera
Gilles Bonneau .... camera operator
Jean Castagnier .... assistant camera
Maurice Chapiron .... still photographer
Robert Florent .... camera operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marie Gromtseff .... seamstress (as Marie Gromseff)
Editorial Department
Béatrice Cosne .... assistant editor
Isabel García de Herreros .... assistant editor
Other crew
Lily Hargous .... script supervisor
Leïla Menchari .... technical collaborator
François Nadal .... horse master
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As:
"Angélique et le sultan" - France (original title)
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France:105 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
The series limps to a finale, 14 June 2009
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

By now, there have been four other Angélique films and the series is simply losing momentum. As far as this film goes, it is the least interesting of the series by far--so it isn't surprising that the films were discontinued after this one.

This film finds Angélique in a North African Muslim kingdom where she is now part of the Sultan's harem. Most of the first 2/3 of this film consist of her angrily refusing to be bedded as well as their trying to literally beat some sense into her. It all seems to go on too long and I was surprised that the Sultan simply didn't have her killed. Late in the film, she finally escaped with the help of two Christian prisoners and in the end she is FINALLY reunited with her husband--but not until there is a nasty twist near the end where her handsome rescuer is needlessly killed. My wife, in particular, hated this ending as the nice blond guy seems to have been killed off for no particular reason--and he was a pretty swell guy.

Overall, worth seeing if you've seen the other films but not an especially engaging film and there just isn't a whole lot of plot. As a result, this film simply limps to a conclusion.

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