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L'Age d'Or ()

L'âge d'or (original title)
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A surrealist tale of a man and a woman who are passionately in love with each other, but their attempts to consummate that passion are constantly thwarted by their families, the Church, and... See more »

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The Man
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The Woman
Caridad de Laberdesque ...
Marquise' Chambermaid / Girl at Blangis' Castle
Max Ernst ...
Bandit Leader in the Hut
Josep Llorens Artigas ...
Governor (as Llorens Artigas)
Lionel Salem ...
Duke of Blangis
Germaine Noizet ...
Marquise of X (as Mme Noizet)
Duchange ...
Orchestra Conductor
Bonaventura Ibáñez ...
Marquis of X (as Ibanez)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Aurenche ...
Bandit (uncredited)
Jacques B. Brunius ...
Passer-by in the Street (uncredited)
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(uncredited)
Jean Castanier ...
Guest at the Marquis of X's Concert (uncredited)
Juan Castañe ...
Bandit (uncredited)
Pancho Cossío ...
Lame Bandit (uncredited)
Simone Cottance ...
Guest at the Marquis of X's Concert (uncredited)
Marie Berthe Ernst ...
Guest at the Marquis of X's Concert (uncredited)
Juan Esplandiu ...
Bandit (uncredited)
Pedro Flores ...
Bandit (uncredited)
Claude Heymann ...
Extra (uncredited)
Valentine Hugo ...
Governor's Wife (uncredited)
Jean-Paul Le Chanois ...
Duke of Blangis' Follower (uncredited)
Marval ...
Defenestrated Bishop (uncredited)
Juan Ramón Masoliver ...
Extra (uncredited)
Jaume Miravitlles ...
Bandit (uncredited)
Manuel Ángeles Ortiz ...
Forester (uncredited)
Jaime Otero ...
Extra (uncredited)
Joaquin Peinado ...
Guest at the Marquis of X's Concert (uncredited)
Roland Penrose ...
Guest at the Marquis of X's Concert (uncredited)
Valentine Penrose ...
Woman in Car with Ostensory (uncredited)
Domingo Pruña ...
Guest at the Marquis of X's Concert (uncredited)
Jacques Prévert ...
Passer-by in the Street (uncredited)
Pierre Prévert ...
Péman (uncredited)
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Bandit (uncredited)
Raymond de Sarka ...
Guest at the Marquis of X's Concert (uncredited)
Paul Éluard ...
Narrator (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Luis Buñuel

Written by

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Luis Buñuel ... (scenario) (as Bunuel) and
Salvador Dalí ... (scenario) (as Dali)
 
Marquis de Sade ... (novel) (uncredited)

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Le Vicomte de Noailles ... producer

Music by

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Luis Buñuel ... (uncredited)
Georges Van Parys ... (uncredited)

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Albert Duverger ... (as Duverger)

Film Editing by

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Luis Buñuel

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Alexandre Trauner ... (uncredited)

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Pierre Schild ... (as Schildknecht)

Production Management

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Jean Gastaldi ... unit manager (as Gastaldi)
Marvel ... production manager (uncredited)

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Jacques B. Brunius ... assistant director (as Brunius)
Claude Heymann ... assistant director (as Heyman)

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André Vigneau ... posters (as Vigneau)
Serge Piménoff ... assistant set designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Peter Paul Brauer ... sound (as Dr. P.P. Brauer)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Albert Duverger ... still photographer (uncredited)

Music Department

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Armand Bernard ... conductor

Other crew

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Jeanne Buñuel ... production assistant (uncredited)
Roger Woog ... budget supervisor (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Bunuel's first feature has more of a plot than Un Chien Andalou (1929), but it's still a pure Surrealist film, so this is only a vague outline. A man and a woman are passionately in love with each other, but their attempts to consummate that passion are constantly thwarted by their families, the Church, and bourgeois society. Written by Michael Brooke

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Taglines Banned for over 50 years [Australia Theatrical] See more »
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Also Known As
  • La bête andalouse (France)
  • Âge d'or (France)
  • The Golden Age (United States)
  • Age of Gold (World-wide, English title)
  • L'Age d'Or (United States)
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  • 60 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí had effectively fallen out by the time the film went into production to the extent that Dali refused to have anything to do with the actual making of the film. On the first day of shooting, Buñuel chased Dalí off the set with a hammer. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Max Ernst: Mein Vagabundieren - Meine Unruhe (1991). See more »
Soundtracks Ave Verum Corpus K.618 See more »
Quotes Young Girl: I have waited for a long time. What joy to have our children murdered!
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