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In the 18th century, Louis de Bourguignon is working with the Malichot's gang, but their ways are too 'unethical' for him. He creates his own band, acting under the name of Cartouche, making... See more »

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Louis-Dominique Bourguignon alias Cartouche
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Vénus
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La Douceur
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Malichot
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La Taupe
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Gaston de Ferrussac
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Le sergent recruteur
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Isabelle de Ferrussac
Jacques Charon ...
Le colonel
Lucien Raimbourg ...
Le maréchal
Jacques Balutin ...
Le moine Capucine
Pierre Repp ...
Le marquis de Griffe
Jacques Hilling ...
L'aubergiste
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Un gendarme
René Marlic ...
Petit Oncle, le tavernier
Madeleine Clervanne ...
Pierette la duègne
Raoul Billerey ...
Un complice de Cartouche
Alain Dekok ...
Louison
Enzo Cerusico ...
Un bandit
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La voix du perroquet (voice)
Jean Lanier
Louis Viret
Maurice Auzel ...
Un complice de Cartouche (uncredited)
Antoine Baud ...
Un complice de Cartouche (uncredited)
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L'homme qui crie 'les aristocrates à la lanterne' (uncredited)
Billy Callaway ...
Un complice de Cartouche (uncredited)
Lucien Camiret ...
(uncredited)
Philippe Castelli ...
Le commissaire (uncredited)
Léonce Corne ...
Le comte dépouillé (uncredited)
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Une fille de l'auberge (uncredited)
Henri Guégan ...
Un complice de Catouche (uncredited)
Paul Jeanjean ...
Un complice de Cartouche (uncredited)
Raymond Leplont ...
L'aide du bourreau (uncredited)
Rico Lopez ...
Un complice de Cartouche (uncredited)
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Un complice de Cartouche (uncredited)
Armel Marin ...
Un complice de Cartouche (uncredited)
Georges Montant ...
(uncredited)
Jacques Préboist ...
Le second gendarme (uncredited)
Irène Sologoub ...
(uncredited)
Bernadette Stern ...
Une fille de l'auberge (uncredited)
Roger Trapp ...
Un officier (uncredited)

Directed by

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Philippe de Broca

Written by

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Daniel Boulanger ... ()
 
Philippe de Broca ... ()
 
Charles Spaak ... ()

Produced by

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Georges Dancigers ... producer
Alexandre Mnouchkine ... producer

Music by

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Georges Delerue

Cinematography by

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Christian Matras

Film Editing by

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Laurence Méry-Clark ... (as Laurence Méry)

Editorial Department

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Raymonde Guyot ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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François de Lamothe

Set Decoration by

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Robert Christidès

Costume Design by

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Rosine Delamare

Makeup Department

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Marcel Bordenave ... key makeup artist
Huguette LaLaurette ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Charles Chieusse ... location manager
Francis Dussaugey ... assistant production manager
Eric Geiger ... unit manager
Marc Goldstaub ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Joseph Drimal ... assistant director
Eduardo Fiori ... assistant director
J.C. Giuliani ... assistant director
Georges Pellegrin ... assistant director
Burr Jerger ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Henri Berger ... props
René Calviera ... assistant production designer
Raymond Lemoigne ... props
Frédéric de Pasquale ... assistant production designer

Sound Department

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Marcel Corvaisier ... sound assistant
Fernand Janisse ... sound assistant
Jean Rieul ... sound

Special Effects by

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Claude Carliez ... weapon master

Stunts

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Claude Carliez ... fight and stunt arranger

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ernest Bourreaud ... first assistant camera
André Domage ... camera operator
Raymond Voinquel ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Georgette Fillon ... costumer
Marie Gromtseff ... costume supervisor (as M. Gromsteff)
Henri Lebrun ... costume supervisor (as H. Lebrun)

Other crew

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Debut de Roseville ... cavalry coordinator
Andrée François ... script girl
François Nadal ... equestrian advisor
Janine Ruault ... administrator
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

In the 18th century, Louis de Bourguignon is working with the Malichot's gang, but their ways are too 'unethical' for him. He creates his own band, acting under the name of Cartouche, making audacious robberies of the rich people, and even distributing the takings with the poor. Thus, cartouche attracts the people's sympathies, Venus's love, and hate from the Police and Malichot... Cartouche can escape all the traps they set at him - except the entrapments of love. Eventually, he will be saved by a woman, at her own cost. Written by Artemis-9

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Also Known As
  • Swords of Blood (United Kingdom)
  • Cartouche - seikkailija (Finland)
  • Cartouche, der Bandit (West Germany)
  • Daitôzoku (Japan)
  • Cartouche - Frankrigs Robin Hood (Denmark)
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  • 114 min
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Trivia Sixth grossing movie of the year in France. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in De Cartouche au Cavaleur (2013). See more »

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