I Have Killed (1924)

J'ai tué! (original title)
Hideo, an antiques dealer in Tokyo, is accused of killing his best friend. In a dramatic court-room hearing, the truth will be revealed.

Director:

Roger Lion

Writer:

Roger Lion
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Sessue Hayakawa ... Hideo - l'antiquaire japonais
Huguette Duflos ... Madame Dumontel
Max Maxudian ... Le professeur Dumontel - un orientaliste (as Maxudian)
Maurice Sigrist Maurice Sigrist ... Gérard - Dumontel's child
Pierre Daltour Pierre Daltour ... Harry Verian - l'amant
Denise Legeay ... La baronne de Calix
Joaquín Carrasco Joaquín Carrasco
Georges Deneubourg Georges Deneubourg
Maurice Luguet Maurice Luguet
Paulette Ray Paulette Ray ... Geneviève Irvin / Marcelle Irvin
André Volbert André Volbert
Christian Dauvilliers Christian Dauvilliers
Julio de Romero Julio de Romero
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Hideo, an antiques dealer in Tokyo, is accused of killing his best friend. In a dramatic court-room hearing, the truth will be revealed.

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Genres:

Drama | Crime

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

25 October 1924 (Belgium) See more »

Also Known As:

I Have Killed See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Films Thyra See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Silent Hayakawa vehicle.
16 June 2015 | by MozjoukineSee all my reviews

This mid twenties French melo has a few claims on our attention. It survives in a beautiful tinted reconstruction, features the always intriguing Hayakawa and is part filmed by effects specialist Segondo de Chomon, though watching it gives no hint of his participation.

Hayakawa is a Tokyo antiques dealer accused of murder, facing a trial with a surprise outcome. Sessue's leap from the stand is the film's one grabbing moment.

The rest is competent and a glimpse of the French production of the day. Long serving Duclos was Mathilde in L'Herbier's fabulous early sound Gaston Leroux two parter.


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