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Le tonnerre de Dieu ()


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Léandre Brassac is a misanthrope and alcoholic, who lives on a large remote county estate with his wife, Marie. Brassac has a reputation as a violent and unpredictable man, but who has a... See more »

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Léandre Brassac
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Simone Leboucher
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Marcel
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Roger (as Georges Geret)
Emma Danieli ...
La dame au teckel (as Emma Danielli)
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Françoise
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Le patron du café
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Le prêtre
Louis Arbessier ...
Bricard, le ministre
Léa Gray ...
La taulière
Danielle Durou ...
Une fille
Lydie Balmer ...
Une fille
Nicole Beurggrave ...
Une fille
Mireille Galot ...
Une fille
Paul Pavel ...
L'ami de Marcel
Hélène Tossy ...
La patronne du bistrot
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Marie Brassac
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
André Dalibert ...
Un client de Simone (uncredited)
Édouard Francomme ...
Le serveur du restaurant (uncredited)
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Le gendarme (uncredited)
Franck Maurice ...
L'homme sortant avec des valises (uncredited)

Directed by

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Denys de La Patellière ... (as Denys de La Patelliere)

Written by

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Bernard Clavel ... (novel "Qui m'emporte")
 
Denys de La Patellière ... (screenplay and adaptation) (as Denys de La Patelliere) and
Pascal Jardin ... (screenplay and adaptation)
 
Pascal Jardin ... (dialogue)

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Raymond Danon ... executive producer
Maurice Jacquin ... producer

Music by

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Georges Garvarentz

Cinematography by

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Walter Wottitz

Film Editing by

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Claude Durand

Editorial Department

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Florence Renard ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Robert Clavel

Makeup Department

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Jacky Bouban ... key makeup artist
Yvonne Gasperina ... key makeup artist
Huguette LaLaurette ... key hair stylist
Maguy Vernadet ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Ralph Baum ... production manager
Paul Maigret ... unit manager

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Roberto Bodegas ... first assistant director (as Roberto Bedegas)
Franco Contini ... second assistant director
Claude Gorsky ... trainee assistant director

Art Department

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Pierre Charron ... set dresser
Marc Desages ... assistant art director
Jean-Pierre Leau ... carpenter
Henri Morin ... assistant art director
Maurice Terrasse ... property master
Jean Vergne ... property master
Henri Vergnes ... set dresser
Clément Hurel ... poster artist (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Marcel Corvaisier ... sound assistant
Vartan Karakeusian ... sound assistant
Jean Rieul ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Henri Chenu ... key grip
Marcel Dolé ... still photographer (as Marcel Dole)
Jean-Claude Gaillard ... second assistant camera
Louis Gasperina ... gaffer
Charles-Henri Montel ... camera operator (as Charles Henry Montel)
Bob Pater ... first assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Micheline Bonnet ... wardrobe assistant
Mariette Chabrol ... wardrobe assistant
Jacques Fonteray ... wardrobe
Jeanne Vergne ... wardrobe assistant (as Jeannine Vergne)

Location Management

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Pierre Darçay ... assistant location manager
Paul Dufour ... location manager

Music Department

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M.J. Coignard-Helison ... orchestrator (as Maurice J. Hélison)
Georges Garvarentz ... musical director

Script and Continuity Department

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Colette Crochot ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Jean Fouchet ... titles (as Jean Fouchet F.L.)
Jacqueline Porel ... voice dubbing: Emma Danielli

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Also Known As
  • Matrimonio alla francese (Italy)
  • Auch eine französische Ehe (West Germany)
  • Herr auf Schloß Brassac (West Germany)
  • The Thunder of God (World-wide, English title)
  • God's Thunder (United Kingdom)
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  • 91 min
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Trivia German actress Lilli Palmer was not dubbed, which was quite unusual for French films of this period. See more »

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