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Carnival in Flanders

Author: Jacques FeyderCharles SpaakMarcel CarnéFrançoise RosayAndré AlermeAll authors
Publisher: Las Cruces, NM : Hen's Tooth Video, ©1994, 1935.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Tongue-in-cheek from start to finish, the story satirizes a favorite wartime theme, the daring and resourcefulness of citizens threatened by invaders. Set in Spanish-occupied Belgium in 1616, the film is noted for its subtle humor, witty acting and magnificent decor.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jacques Feyder; Charles Spaak; Marcel Carné; Françoise Rosay; André Alerme; Jean Murat; Louis Jouvet; Lyne Clevers; Micheline Cheirel; Maryse Wendling; Ginette Gaubert; Doucouret Marguerite.; Harry Stradling; Louis Page; André Thomas; Bernard Zimmer; Louis Beydts; Lazare Meerson
OCLC Number: 30699741
Notes: French dialogue with English subtitles.
Originally produced as motion picture in France as: Kermesse héroïque. 1935.
From a story by Charles Spaak.
Venice Film Festival, Best Direction, 1936; Le Grand Prix du Cinéma Français, 1936.
Credits: Photography, Harry Stradling, Louis Page, André Thomas; screenplay, Bernard Zimmer; music, Louis Beydts; adaptation, Charles Spaak; assistant director, Marcel Carné; art director, Lazare Meerson.
Cast: Françoise Rosay, André Alerme, Jean Murat, Louis Jouvet, Lynne Clévers, Micheline Cheirel, Maryse Wendling, Ginette Gaubert, Marguerite Doucouret.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (90 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Other Titles: Kermesse héroïque
Responsibility: directed by Jacques Feyder.

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Tongue-in-cheek from start to finish, the story satirizes a favorite wartime theme, the daring and resourcefulness of citizens threatened by invaders. Set in Spanish-occupied Belgium in 1616, the film is noted for its subtle humor, witty acting and magnificent decor.

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