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The Count of Monte Cristo (20-Aug-1934)

Director: Rowland V. Lee

Writers: Philip Dunne; Dan Totheroh; Rowland V. Lee

From novel: Le Comte de Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas père

Musical Director: Alfred Newman

Producer: Edward Small

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Luis Alberni
4-Oct-1886 23-Dec-1962 Spanish-American character actor
Sidney Blackmer
13-Jul-1895 5-Oct-1973 Played Theodore Roosevelt 12 times
Georgia Caine
30-Oct-1876 4-Apr-1964 Broadway musical actress
Louis Calhern
19-Feb-1895 12-May-1956 Duck Soup
Robert Donat
18-Mar-1905 9-Jun-1958 Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Lawrence Grant
30-Oct-1870 10-Feb-1952 The Mask of Fu Manchu
Irene Hervey
11-Jul-1909 20-Dec-1998 Destry Rides Again
Elissa Landi
6-Dec-1904 21-Oct-1948 The Count of Monte Cristo
Raymond Walburn
9-Sep-1887 26-Jul-1969 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town


Robert Donat   ...   Edmond Dantes
Elissa Landi   ...   Mercedes
Louis Calhern   ...   De Villefort, Jr.
Sidney Blackmer   ...   Mondego
Raymond Walburn   ...   Danglars
O. P. Heggie   ...   Abbe Faria
Irene Hervey   ...   Valentine
Georgia Caine   ...   Mme. De Rosas
Walter Walker   ...   Morrel
Lawrence Grant   ...   De Villefort, Sr.
Luis Alberni   ...   Jacopo
Douglas Walton   ...   Albert
Juliette Compton   ...   Clothilde
Clarence Wilson   ...   Fouquet
Eleanor Phelps   ...   Haydee
Ferdinand Munier   ...   Louis XVIII
Holmes Herbert   ...   Judge
Paul Irving   ...   Napoleon
Mitchell Lewis   ...   Vampa
Clarence Muse   ...   Ali
Lionel Belmore   ...   Prison Governor
William Farnum   ...   Capt. Leclere


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