BLUE BEARD
 

 

Nicknamed Bluebeard, Count de Salfere attends his sixth wife’s funerals.

Once the funerals are over, he immediately decides to take a new wife. He chooses Aline, the innkeeper’s daughter of the village he’s at the head of.

The latter agrees willingly the lord’s decision, despite the warnings of Giglio, a young man in love with her

Indeed, the Count is accused for having killed her former wives, which is publicly rumored by the population.

The wedding takes place in great pomp, and the very night of it, the Count falls asleep without consummating his marriage with Aline.

According to customs, the next day, the Count takes part to a hunting-party . Aline takes advantage of her husband’s absence to take a mysterious golden key which makes her reach a secret underground...


Director : CHRISTIAN-JAQUE

Co-author : Jean Bernard-Luc

Dialogues : Henri Jeanson

Colour film

 

PIERRE BRASSEUR

CÉCILA AUBRY

JEAN DEBUCOURT

GEORGES CHAMARAT

JACQUES SERNAS

HENRI ROLLAN

 

A clever direction : Pierre Brasseur and Cécile Aubry are masterly, a fairy tale for everybody.

(Télé 7 Jours )

A delightful entertainment.

(Télé Loisirs )

A pleasant historical fancy

(Télé Star )


PIERRE BRASSEUR
CÉCILE AUBRY
GEORGES CHAMARAT

HENRI ROLLAN
JEAN DEBUCOURT
FERNAND FABRE

ROBERT DARTOIS
JACQUES SERNAS
ROBERT ARNOUX

GÉRARD CALVI

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