French version for TV. In this part of the novel by Charles Dickens, the dramatic story of young David Copperfield, from the day he was born. His relationship among others with his young ... See full summary »

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Didier Haudepin ...
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Michel Duchaussoy ...
Madeleine Clervanne ...
Germaine Michel ...
Jean Chevrier ...
Mr. Peggoty
France Descaut ...
Clara
Renée Faure ...
Rosa
Robert Party ...
Edith Perret ...
Christine Simon ...
Petite Emilie
Michèle André ...
Emilie
Lucien Raimbourg ...
Barkis
Madeleine Barbulée ...
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French version for TV. In this part of the novel by Charles Dickens, the dramatic story of young David Copperfield, from the day he was born. His relationship among others with his young widowed mother, with the family of Peggotty, the loving housekeeper that takes care of him, with the severe man that marries his mother, and with the most interesting character: Ms. Trotwood, the aunt of his late father. His experiences and how they influence who he becomes.

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Steerforth and Emily
26 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is a decent but very incomplete adaptation of the famous novel.Micawber,the Murdstone and the Pegotty family are present but only some parts of the book (roughly) were filmed.David's childhood is not passed over in silence ,but oddly,this made-for-TV work focuses on the Steerforth/Emily affair ,which,anyway,was a mini-novel in the novel ,whose connection with the main plot was pretty loose.

Michel Duchaussoy,the future actor of some of Chabrol's best films ("Que la Bête Meure") is a bit too old to portray Steerforth (being 27 at the time ) but he is the perfect romantic young man .

Marcel Cravenne was Renoir's and Maurice Tourneur's cameraman ,then their assistant .He directed Von Stroheim in his last part ("Danse de Mort") for the television.


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