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Katia ()


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The love affair, between Alexander II and Princess Katia

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Catherine Dolgorousky
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Le tsar Alexandre II
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Le comte Schowaloff (as Aimé Clariond Sociétaire de la Comédie Française)
Marie-Hélène Dasté ...
La tsarine Maria Alexandrovna
Marcel Carpentier ...
Le général Potapoff
Raymond Aimos ...
Anatole - l'ouvrier parisien (as Aimos)
Georges Prieur ...
Le chambellan
Thérèse Dorny ...
La baronne
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La grande-duchesse
Jacques Erwin ...
Troubetzkoï
André Carnège ...
Le grand-duc (as Carnège)
Geller
Pierre Labry ...
Le sergent de police (as Labry)
Georges Flateau ...
L'empereur Napoléon III
Génia Vaury ...
L'impératrice Eugénie
Jacqueline Dhomont ...
Une élève du pensionnat
Anthony Gildès ...
Un dignitaire (as Gildès)
Paul Marthès ...
L'ambassadeur turc (as Paul Martez)
Jean Aymé ...
(as Jean Ayme)
Robert Seller ...
Un consommateur (as Seller)
André Varennes ...
Ivanoff (as André Varenne)
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Un consommateur (as Demange)
Edouard Hemme ...
(as Hemme)
André Numès Fils ...
Un consommateur (as Numès Fils)
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L'espion (as Douking)
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Le médecin (as Escoffier)
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(as de Ramey)
Eddy Debray ...
Louis - le terroriste
Marthe Mellot ...
Une surveillante du pensionnat
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(as Schultz)
Ginette d'Yd ...
Une dame d'honneur
Ariane Pathé ...
Une élève du pensionnat (as Pathé)
Marie-Claire ...
Une élève du pensionnat
Cicco
Germaine Michel ...
Sidonie
Marcel Simon ...
Le prince Dolgorouky
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La directrice du pensionnat
Jeanne Provost ...
Mademoiselle Trépeau
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anny Claude ...
Une élève du pensionnat (uncredited)
Edith Rosy ...
Une élève du pensionnat (uncredited)
Germaine Stainval ...
(uncredited)
Jacques Vitry ...
Un consommateur (uncredited)

Directed by

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Maurice Tourneur

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Princesse Bibesco ... (novel "Princesse Mathe Bibesco")
 
Jacques Companéez ... (screenplay)
Jean-Jacques Bernard ... (adaptation)
Princesse Bibesco ... (dialogue) &
Jean-Jacques Bernard ... (dialogue)
Jacques Companéez ...

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André E. Algazy ... producer (as A.E. Algazy)
Louis d'Hee ... producer (uncredited)
Bernard Natan ... producer (uncredited)
André Parant ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Wal-Berg

Cinematography by

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Robert Lefebvre ... (as Robert Le Febvre)

Film Editing by

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Roger Spiri-Mercaton ... (as Roger Mercanton)

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Alexandre Arnstam ... (as A. Arnstam)
Robert Hubert ... (as Hubert)

Art Direction by

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Guy de Gastyne ... (as de Gastyne)

Costume Design by

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Alexandre Arnstam ... (as Arnstam)
Boris Bilinsky ... (as Billinsky)

Production Management

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Jean Bedoin ... production supervisor
Eugène Bernstein ... production manager
Paul Olive ... assistant unit manager
Pernoux ... unit manager
Georges Rongier ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Louis d'Hee ... assistant director (as Louis d'Hée)

Sound Department

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Paul Duvergé ... sound engineer (as Duvergé)
Paul Planson ... sound (as Planson)

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Nicolas Wilcké ... special effects coordinator

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Léon Bellet ... assistant camera (as Bellet)
Jean Brévignon ... assistant camera (as Brévignon)
André Germain ... camera operator (as Germain)
Raymond Voinquel ... still photographer

Location Management

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M. Duvano ... location manager

Other crew

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Charles Barrois ... artistic assistant
Suzanne Bon ... script supervisor
André Dhomont ... artistic manager (as A. Dhomont)
Donada ... sculptor

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Taglines The Romance of an Uncrowned Queen See more »
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Also Known As
  • Reine sans couronne (France)
  • Le démon bleu (France)
  • Katja, die ungekrönte Kaiserin (Germany)
  • Katia, blekitny demon cara Aleksandra (Poland)
  • Катя (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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  • 89 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Had it's "gala" world premiere at the Admiral theatre in Hollywood on 16 May 1938. The theater is now called The Vine Theatre, located at 6321 Hollywood Boulevard and originally opened on 31 July 1931. It was designed by S. Charles Lee. The second feature that played with this one was "Our Fighting Navy", originally called "Torpedoed". See more »
Movie Connections Version of Adorable Sinner (1959). See more »
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