Tragically caught between the millstones of history are the gallant Count de Bussy and the woman he adores, la Dame de Monsoreau.
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Karin Petersen ...
Nicolas Silberg ...
Denis Manuel ...
 Henri II 7 episodes, 1971
Michel Creton ...
Gérard Berner ...
François Maistre ...
 Monsoreau 7 episodes, 1971
Maria Meriko ...
 Catherine de Médicis 7 episodes, 1971
Jean-Louis Broust ...
 Saint Luc 7 episodes, 1971
Mireille Audibert ...
 Mme de Saint Luc 7 episodes, 1971
Daniel Derval ...
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Tragically caught between the millstones of history are the gallant Count de Bussy and the woman he adores, la Dame de Monsoreau.

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What made-for-TV series should be...
15 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

All the users who wrote a comment on "la Dame de Montsoreau" are completely right:this is par excellence what good French miniseries should be .Alexandre Dumas is the best writer,as far as historical novels are concerned ,there are very earnest thespians (Nicolas Silberg,Michel Creton,François Maistre,Maria Meriko,Denis Manuel...) and a luminous heroine played by the beautiful Karin Petersen (who sadly committed suicide in the early eighties).When Bussy sees her for the first time,she seems like an apparition,like a mysterious unreal woman walking through the walls.

Dealing with the religious situation in France from the 16 th century,it is an absorbing yarn which is one of the French audience's cult series.


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