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The Crime of Monsieur Lange [DVD] [1936]

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Overview

Synopsis

Le Crime de Monsieur Lange
Jean Renoir was the director of The Crime of Monsieur Lange, but this French film might just as well have been made in Hollywood by Frank Capra. The titular Lange (Rene Lefevre) is an author of wild west novels. When the owner of the company that publishes Lange's works absconds with the company funds, Lange rallies the employees together to create their own publishing house. The publisher returns, disguised as a priest, and demands a share of the profits. Lange responds by killing the bounder. The grateful employees help Lange to escape prosecution, allowing him to leave the country with his lovely fiancee (Florelle). Jacques Prevert adapted the screenplay of The Crime of Monsieur Lange from a story by Renoir and Jean Castanier. Stage actor Jules Berry makes his film debut in the role of the shady publisher. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Jules Berry
    Jules Berry - Batala
  • René Lefèvre
    René Lefèvre - Mons. Amedee Lange
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    Sylvia Bataille - Edith
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    Maurice Baquet - Charles Bessard, The Concierges' Son
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    Paul Demange - Creditor
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