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Marthe Richard (1937)

Marthe Richard au service de la France (original title)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Délia Col ...
Mata-Hari (as Délia-Col)
Marthe Mellot ...
Madame Richard, la mère de Marthe
Liliane Lesaffre ...
La tenancière (as Lesaffre)
Le baron Erich von Ludow
von Falken
Marcel André ...
Le commandant Rémont
René Bergeron ...
L'agent français déguisé en prêtre (as Bergeron)
Pedro (as Dalio)
Fernand Bercher ...
André, le fiancé de Marthe (as Bercher)
Christian Argentin ...
Un amiral (as Argentin)
Georges Saillard ...
Un général (as Saillard)
Pierre Juvenet ...
Un parlementaire (as Juvenet)
Jacques Berlioz ...
Le président de la cour martiale (as Berlioz)
Joffre ...
Charles Richard, le père de Marthe


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Release Date:

8 November 1944 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Marthe Richard  »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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The spy who loved me.
10 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

Marthe Richard's work as a spy is forgotten today in France and she's mainly remembered for a famous law which closed the brothels after WW2;Marthe was a former prostitute herself.

Raymond Bernard's work has not worn well and ,if it weren't for Erich Von Stroheim and Edwige Feuillère,it would have sunk into oblivion .There's in this undistinguished flick one good scene : when Feuillère is pretending she's going to kill Von Stroheim.Spy Mata -Hari is also featured ,and a brief scene shows her execution.

Word to the wise:you'd better choose other Bernard movies:"Les Croix de Bois" ,of course ,but also "Les Miserables" the best French version of the famous novel,and the overlooked "Un Ami Viendra Ce Soir".

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