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The Duke's Motto (1925)
"Le bossu" (original title)

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The Prince of Gonzague kills the Duke of Nevers and tries to marry his widow, Aurore de Nevers, so he can get his hand on his fortune. The Chevalier Lagardère takes the child Irène de ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Gaston Jacquet ...
Maxime Desjardins ...
Claude France ...
Louis Pré Fils ...
Passepoil (as Pre Fils)
Henry Krauss
Marcel Vibert ...
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Jacques Arnna ...
Jacques Christiany ...
Clairette de Savoye ...
Faenza
Guy Demercay ...
Jean Demerçay ...
Taranne
Christiane Dorivy ...
Flore
Nilda Duplessy ...
Jean Lorette ...
Hypolyte Paulet ...
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The Prince of Gonzague kills the Duke of Nevers and tries to marry his widow, Aurore de Nevers, so he can get his hand on his fortune. The Chevalier Lagardère takes the child Irène de Nevers with him to Spain only to return disguised as a hunchback years later to unmask the Prince for the villain he is. Written by Greg Philip {greg_philip@hotmail.com}

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2 October 1925 (France)  »

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Den lille Pariser  »

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