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The history of the Entente Cordiale in the big and small picture, from 1898, when a French officer occupied the village of Fashoda, Sudan to 8 April 1904, when a series or agreements marking... See more »

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La reine Victoria
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Le roi Édouard VII
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Le capitaine Charles Roussel
André Lefaur ...
Lord Clayton
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La reine Alexandra
Janine Darcey ...
Sylvia Clayton
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Une actrice
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Lady Clayton
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Music Hall Star
Carine Nelson ...
Marjorie - une dame d'honneur
Jean Périer ...
Le président Emile Loubet
Jacques Baumer ...
Georges Clémenceau
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Jean Roussel
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Le prince consort
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Lord Salisbury
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Arthur Balfour
Jean d'Yd ...
Joë Chamberlain
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Eckardstein - l'ambassadeur d'Allemagne (as Louis Seignier)
Jacques Grétillat ...
Le député Roussel
Robert Pizani ...
Paul Cambon
Paul Amiot ...
Le prince de Bulow
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L'ambassadeur de Russie
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Le valet (as Brochard)
Abel Tarride ...
La maître d'hôtel
Sinoël ...
Le concierge
Anthony Gildès ...
Le secrétaire (as Gildes)
Pierre Labry ...
Un journaliste
Dorville ...
Le cocher
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Théophile Delcassé
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Le général Kitchener
Liliane Lesaffre ...
La fille du concierge (as Liliane Lessaffre)
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Une dame d'honneur
Ginette Gaubert ...
Jeanne Granier
Gabrielle Fontan ...
Une dame de la Cour
Génia Vaury ...
Madame de Lormes (as Genia Vaury)
Christiane Ribes ...
Madame de Vaumoise
A. Appels
Raymonde Allain ...
La belle Otéro
Georges Tourreil ...
Le capitaine Marchand (as Georges Toureil)
Léon Arvel ...
Sir Arthur (as Arvel)
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(as Jamin)
Jacques Henley ...
Un ambassadeur (as Henley)
Roger Monteaux
Frédéric Mariotti ...
Un cocher (as Mariotti)
Charles Vissières ...
Le médecin (as Vissière)
Harrous
Yves Brainville ...
Un journaliste (as Brainville)
Maurice Mosnier ...
(as Monnier)
Berquielle ...
(as Berquel)
Jacques Mattler ...
(as Mattler)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacques Beauvais ...
Le maître d'hôtel (uncredited)
Jean Buquet ...
Un petit prince (uncredited)
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Extra (uncredited)
Eugène Stuber ...
Le crieur de journaux (uncredited)

Directed by

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Marcel L'Herbier

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Max Glass ... (co-screenwriter)
 
Max Glass ... (scenario)
 
Abel Hermant ... (dialogue)
 
André Maurois ... (novel)
 
Steve Passeur ... (co-screenwriter)
 
Steve Passeur ... (scenario)

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Max Glass ... producer
Bernard Natan ... producer

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Marcel Lattès

Cinematography by

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Marc Fossard
Theodore J. Pahle

Film Editing by

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Raymond Leboursier

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Robert Hubert
Ludwig Kainer

Set Decoration by

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Guy de Gastyne

Costume Design by

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Boris Bilinsky

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André Cerf ... assistant director
Robert-Paul Dagan ... assistant director

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Émile Lagarde ... sound

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Nicolas Wilcké ... special effects coordinator (uncredited)

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Léo Mirkine ... still photographer

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Roger Bernstein ... lyricist

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Plot Summary

The history of the Entente Cordiale in the big and small picture, from 1898, when a French officer occupied the village of Fashoda, Sudan to 8 April 1904, when a series or agreements marking the rapprochement between England and France were signed. To this turnaround in public opinion corresponds a parallel evolution in the intimate feelings of two families, one English and the other French which will result in the French heir marrying the English daughter. Written by Guy Bellinger

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Also Known As
  • Edvard VII. in njegova doba (Slovenia)
  • Eduard VII i njegovo doba (Croatia)
  • Eduardo VII (Brazil)
  • Ententa (Poland)
  • Eduard VII i njegovo doba (Yugoslavia, Croatian title)
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