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Le Juif errant (1926)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
André Marnay ...
Ashaverus
Gabriel Gabrio ...
Dagobert
Maurice Schutz ...
Monsieur d'Aigrigny
Claude Mérelle ...
La baronne de Saint-Dizier
Jeanne Helbling ...
Adrienne de Cardoville
Antonin Artaud ...
Jacques Dupuis, dit Gringalet
Jean Peyrière ...
Suzanne Delmas ...
La Mayeux
Charlotte Barbier-Krauss ...
Françoise
Sylvio De Pedrelli ...
Djalma
Georges Bernier ...
Couche-Tout-Nu
Suzanne Hiss ...
Rose (as Suzy Hiss)
Jean Devalde ...
L'abbé Gabriel
Simone Mareuil ...
Céphise
Adolphe Candé ...
Le docteur Baleinier
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24 December 1926 (France)  »

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O Judeu Errante  »

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Five hour b/w silent adaptation of Doctor Eugene Sue
7 February 2005 | by (Calgary, AB) – See all my reviews

Please send VHS copy of 1926 Luitz-Morat French version for review thank you. My homepage (www.wanderingjew.freehomepage.com) is the result of twenty-five years of literary monopoly research and development following Doctor George Kumler Anderson's document from twenty years of Guggenheim fellowships, who states: "Yet, (Sue's) Le Juif errant is the most celebrated single literary treatment of the Legend...a large rock dropped in a small pool". As an independent Canadian screenwriter, it has been adapted for television in seventy-eight half-hour episodes, with a theatrical reduction suitable for film or stage, even a television pilot. This has not been treated as a motion-picture of epic proportions, and that is the reason for ranking this present obscurity as mediocre. Show me otherwise, and prove it!


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