La Pitié dangereuse / Film

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'''[1979]: France 2 (FR2), Paris'''
'''[1979]: France 2 (FR2), Paris'''
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''La Pitié dangereuse'' [A color TV film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novel "Ungeduld des Herzens"]
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''La Pitié dangereuse'' [A color TV film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novel "Ungeduld des Herzens"]. See: [[Ungeduld des Herzens / Film]]
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Language: French
Language: French
Director: Édouard Molinaro
Director: Édouard Molinaro
Script writers: Corinne Gorse and Édouard Molinaro
Script writers: Corinne Gorse and Édouard Molinaro
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Cast: Mathieu Carriere, Marie-Helene Breillat, Jean Desailly, Silvia Reize et al.
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Cast: Mathieu Carrière, Marie-Hélène Breillat, Jean Desailly, Silvia Reize et al.
Music by: Claude Bolling
Music by: Claude Bolling
Runtime: Not indicated
Runtime: Not indicated
Released in France on 26 December 1979
Released in France on 26 December 1979
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[[Category:Films / Plays / Operas]]
[[Category:Films / Plays / Operas]]
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[1979]: France 2 (FR2), Paris

La Pitié dangereuse [A color TV film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novel "Ungeduld des Herzens"]. See: Ungeduld des Herzens / Film

[1].
Language: French
[2].
Director: Édouard Molinaro
[3].
Script writers: Corinne Gorse and Édouard Molinaro
[4].
Cast: Mathieu Carrière, Marie-Hélène Breillat, Jean Desailly, Silvia Reize et al.
[5].
Music by: Claude Bolling
[6].
Runtime: Not indicated
[7].
Released in France on 26 December 1979
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