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The night heaven fell

Author: Raoul LévyJacques RémyRoger VadimPeter ViertelBrigitte BardotAll authors
Publisher: Chicago : Home Vision Entertainment, [2001], ©1958.
Series: Classics collection.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : French : Widescreen version 16x9View all editions and formats
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Ursula (Bardot), a convent girl vacationing with her aunt and uncle in Spain meets Lamberto (Boyd), a criminal who murders her uncle and seduces her aunt. The two misfits then seek refuge from the law and the moral code of the day by hiding in the mountains.
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Genre/Form: Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Crime drama
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Raoul Lévy; Jacques Rémy; Roger Vadim; Peter Viertel; Brigitte Bardot; Alida Valli; Stephen Boyd; José Nieto; Fernando Rey; Maruchi Fresno; Armand Thirard; Victoria Mercanton; Georges Auric; Jean André; Albert Vidalie; Home Vision Entertainment.; Janus Films.; Columbia Pictures.; Veil-lena (Firm); CEIAD (Firm)
ISBN: 0780024516 9780780024519
OCLC Number: 47799402
Language Note: French dialogue, English subtitles.
Notes: Originally produced as a motion picture in 1958.
Based on the novel "The moonlight jewelers" by Albert Vidalie.
Special features: New digital transfer; U.S. theatrical trailers for And god created woman, Plucking the daisy, and The night heaven fell; Brigitte Bardot filmography; improved English subtitle translations.
Credits: Cinematography, Armand Thirard ; editor, Victoria Mercanton ; original music, Georges Auric ; production design, Jean André.
Cast: Brigitte Bardot, Alida Valli, Stephen Boyd, Pepe Nieto, Fernando Rey, Maruchi Fresno.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (91 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, mono.
Series Title: Classics collection.
Other Titles: Bijoutiers du clair de lune
Responsibility: Home Vision Entertainment, Janus Films, Columbia présente en Cinemascope et Eastmancolor une production de Raoul J. Levy, co-production franco-italienne Veil-lena (Paris), CEIAD (Rome), un film produit par R.J. Lévy ; producer, Raoul Lévy ; writers, Jacques Rémy, Roger Vadim, Peter Viertel ; director, Roger Vadim.

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Ursula (Bardot), a convent girl vacationing with her aunt and uncle in Spain meets Lamberto (Boyd), a criminal who murders her uncle and seduces her aunt. The two misfits then seek refuge from the law and the moral code of the day by hiding in the mountains.

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