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Camille (II) (1926)

 -  Short | Drama  -  2 March 2004 (USA)
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A home movie version of the Dumas play: a young woman becomes a courtesan and tragedy befalls her.

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Sinclair Lewis ...
Allegorical figures
Anita Loos ...
Camille
George Jean Nathan ...
Arthur
Donald Freeman ...
Gustave
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Nan
Theodore Dreiser ...
Gas-House Gleasen
Sherwood Anderson ...
Mr. X
Clarence Darrow ...
August Peters
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Alice Brown
Édouard Bourdet ...
The Earl of Idaho
Jacques Copeau ...
Radavanni
Georges Lepape ...
The Weasel
Denise Bourdet ...
Olga Petroff
Bernard Boulet de Monuel ...
Dou-Dou-Dou
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A home movie version of the Dumas play: a young woman becomes a courtesan and tragedy befalls her.

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no plot, no sound, but what a cast!
31 May 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This home movie version of Camille features such a stunning array of actors (Charles Chaplin, Paul Robeson, Yvonne Printemps, Aileen Pringle, Ethel Barrymore), performers (Chauncey Olcott, Serge Kousevitzky), artists (Georges Lepape, Charles G Shaw), writers (Sinclair Lewis, Somerset Maugham), and oddballs (the rest!) that it is difficult to take your eyes off the screen for a second, wondering who you might miss! It is loosely based on 'La Dame aux Camelias', but you wouldn't really know it. But for the historic and curiosity value - even lawyer Clarence Darrow makes an appearance - it is worth seeing once.


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