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Saint Joan ()


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In 1456, French King Charles VII recalls the story of how he met the seventeen-year-old peasant girl Joan of Arc, entrusted her with the command of the French Army, and ultimately burned her... See more »

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The Dauphin, Charles VII
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Dunois, Bastard of Orleans
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Cauchon - Bishop of Beauvais
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Earl of Warwick
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Inquisitor
Archie Duncan ...
Robert de Baudricourt
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John de Stogumber
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Duchesse de la Tremouille
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De Courcelles
Francis De Wolff ...
La Tremouille
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Archbishop of Rheims
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English Soldier
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Master Executioner
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'Bluebeard',- Gilles de Rais
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Captain La Hire
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Baudricourt's Steward
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Brother Martin Ladvenu
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Captain of Warwick's Guard
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St.Joan of Arc
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Thomas Gallagher ...
Foul-Mouthed Frank (uncredited)
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Minor Role (uncredited)
Michael Lewin ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
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Minor Role (uncredited)
Mark Milleham ...
French Child (uncredited)
Spoli Mills ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
Richard Palmer ...
Page (uncredited)
Susan Raie ...
Dark-Haired Girl (uncredited)
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2nd Soldier at Burning (uncredited)

Directed by

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Otto Preminger

Written by

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Graham Greene ... ()
 
George Bernard Shaw ... (play)

Produced by

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Douglas Peirce ... associate producer
Otto Preminger ... producer

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Mischa Spoliansky

Cinematography by

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Georges Périnal

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Helga Cranston

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Lionel Larner

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Roger K. Furse ... (as Roger Furse)

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Ray Simm

Costume Design by

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John McCorry

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Gordon Bond ... hair stylist
Tony Sforzini ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Laurie Lawrence ... production manager

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Peter Bolton ... assistant director
Otto Plaschkes ... second assistant director (uncredited)

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Saul Bass ... poster designer (uncredited)
Tony Woollard ... draughtsman (uncredited)

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Peter Handford ... sound
Red Law ... sound

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Denys N. Coop ... camera operator
Geoff Glover ... clapper loader (uncredited)
John Jay ... still photographer (uncredited)
Robert Willoughby ... special still photographer (uncredited)
Paul Wilson ... first assistant camera (uncredited)

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Philip Martell ... conductor (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Doreen Merriman ... script supervisor (as Doreen Francis)

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Saul Bass ... title designer
Charles R. Beard ... technical advisor
Max Slater ... production assistant
Bill Batchelor ... publicist (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Young Joan of Arc comes to the palace in France to make The Dauphin King of France and is appointed to head the French Army. After winning many battles she is not needed any longer and soon she is thought of as a witch. Written by McGinty

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Taglines A Brilliant Triumph! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Sainte Jeanne (France)
  • La dama de hierro (Spain)
  • Santa Juana (Spain)
  • Swieta Joanna (Poland)
  • Santa Juana (Argentina)
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  • 110 min
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Cumulative Worldwide Gross $400,000

Did You Know?

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Trivia Screenwriter Graham Greene, a famous author, added some lines to the original Shaw play when he adapted it for this movie, such as Warwick's "She'll burn, before the Pope gets to hear of it!" See more »
Goofs When Joan and the King stand by the river rallying the troops, the infantry men come running down the hill to join them. One of them falls on his face. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Legend of Billie Jean (1985). See more »
Quotes St.Joan of Arc: Shall I arise from the dead and come back to you, a living woman?
Warwick: Rome made you a saint, we had no hand in the business. Let Rome decide.
Cauchon: Stay where you are, woman. A dead saint is always safer for the Church than a living one...
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