La Peur / Film

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'''[1936]: Prociné Standard Films, Paris'''
'''[1936]: Prociné Standard Films, Paris'''
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''La Peur'' [A movie drama based on "Angst"]
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''La Peur'' [A movie drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Angst"]
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Language: French
Language: French
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Directed by Viktor Tourjansky
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Director: Viktor Tourjansky
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Script by Jean-Pierre Feydeau, Joseph Kessel, and Irma von Cube
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Script writers: Jean-Pierre Feydeau, Joseph Kessel, and Irma von Cube
Cast: Gaby Morlay, Charles Vanel, Jane Lamy, and Ginette Leclerc
Cast: Gaby Morlay, Charles Vanel, Jane Lamy, and Ginette Leclerc
Runtime: 87 minutes
Runtime: 87 minutes
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Language: French
Language: French
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Directed by Daniel Vigne
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Director: Daniel Vigne
Composed by Michel Portal
Composed by Michel Portal
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Script by Victor Haïm
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Script writer: Victor Haïm
Cast: Marianne Basler, Hanns Zischler, Cinzia de Ponti, Nicola Farron et al.
Cast: Marianne Basler, Hanns Zischler, Cinzia de Ponti, Nicola Farron et al.
Runtime: 1 hour and 27 minutes
Runtime: 1 hour and 27 minutes

Revision as of 13:04, 27 September 2017

[1936]: Prociné Standard Films, Paris

La Peur [A movie drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Angst"]

[1].
Language: French
[2].
Director: Viktor Tourjansky
[3].
Script writers: Jean-Pierre Feydeau, Joseph Kessel, and Irma von Cube
[4].
Cast: Gaby Morlay, Charles Vanel, Jane Lamy, and Ginette Leclerc
[5].
Runtime: 87 minutes
[6].
Released in France on 10 April 1936


[1992]: Production Company not Listed, France

La Peur [A TV movie based upon Stefan Zweig's novella "Angst"]. See: KH / LW / MS

[1].
Language: French
[2].
Director: Daniel Vigne
[3].
Composed by Michel Portal
[4].
Script writer: Victor Haïm
[5].
Cast: Marianne Basler, Hanns Zischler, Cinzia de Ponti, Nicola Farron et al.
[6].
Runtime: 1 hour and 27 minutes
[7].
Released in France on 30 November 1992
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