A Wedding During the French Revolution (1910)

Revolutionsbryllup (original title)
During the French Revolution, the Lady of Trionville, Alaine, was left sole mistress of the castle; she marries Marquis Erneste de Tressailles, who has taken leave from the Royalist army ... See full summary »

Director:

Holger Rasmussen

Writer:

Sophus Michaëlis (play)
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Cast

Credited cast:
August Blom ... Montaloup
Gudrun Kjerulf Gudrun Kjerulf ... Leontine
Johannes Meyer Johannes Meyer ... Erneste des Tressailles
Albrecht Schmidt Albrecht Schmidt ... Marc-Arron
Agnes Thorberg Wieth Agnes Thorberg Wieth ... Aleine de l'Estoile (as Agnes Thorberg)
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During the French Revolution, the Lady of Trionville, Alaine, was left sole mistress of the castle; she marries Marquis Erneste de Tressailles, who has taken leave from the Royalist army for a few days. When the latter arrives at the castle with some of his brother officers, the republican servant Prosper, in a fit of temper, pulls the royalistic cockade from the hat of the new master. A few moments after, the soldiers of the revolutionary army having advanced, take possession of the castle, and the young Marquis has to flee. The servant is so touched by this untimely interruption, that out of pity for the Marquis, he takes the royalistic cockade and tries to hide it, but it is found and he is considered a royalist and sentenced to die. The Marquis' flight is very short, as he is overtaken and made a prisoner. He is not even allowed to see his wife, who had been married to him only a few hours previously. Alaine, his young wife, is greatly distressed that her husband should have to ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Short | Drama

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Country:

Denmark

Release Date:

5 March 1910 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Wedding During the French Revolution See more »

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Production Co:

Nordisk Film Kompagni See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The Great Northern people deserve commendation
14 March 2015 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

Here is a drama by Sophus Michaelis, the famous Danish playwright. It is being produced at a well-known New York theater under another title, with a favorite actor in the title role. It is a strongly dramatic production, and as acted by the Great Northern company it is certain to attract much favorable attention. The photographer has performed his part of the work to perfection, and the finished film leaves nothing to be desired. The adequate presentation of films of this character does much to overcome the adverse criticism aimed at the motion picture theater by ignorant and misguided critics. The Great Northern people deserve commendation for their good service in producing this film. The author of the book, at present in this city, warmly complimented the Great Northern representative on the excellence of the production. - The Moving Picture World, March 19, 1910


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