Most Rated Movies and TV Shows With Henri Fescourt
1. Monte Cristo (1929)
223 min | Adventure
After greedy men have Edmound Dantes unjustly imprisoned for 20 years for innocently delivering a letter entrusted to him, he escapes to get his revenge on them
2. Barricade (Les Miserables Part II) (1925)
359 min | Drama
Jean Valjean is a good man who is nevertheless convicted and imprisoned for a minor offense. When he escapes, he is pursued for decades by the unrelenting lawman, Javert.
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6. The West (1938)
100 min | Drama
In this remake of his 1927 silent, Fescourt tells the story of a Moroccan student girl in Paris forced to support herself as an exotic dancer who is brought back to her country by a French officer.
8. La Glu (1929)
La Glu est un film français réalisé en 1926 par Henri Fescourt, sorti en 1927.D'après le roman de Jean Richepin publié en 1881. Une jeune femme parisienne surnommée La Glu s'installe dans ... See full summary »
9. Southern Bar (1938)
91 min | Drama
Baron Arnold, a businessman, takes his young wife to Africa where he instructs her to seduce Captain Olivier, an intelligence officer. But Olivier illuminates the baroness on the unsavory ... See full summary »
15. Serments (1931)
102 min | Drama
In the eighteenth century, during a revolution in Karelia, an aristocrat, Armas de Murnau, fought alongside the revolutionaries. Captured, sentenced to death, he will try everything to see the woman he loves.
18. The West (1928)
A Moroccan woman named Hassina rescues a French soldier who she falls in love with, but marauders who have attacked her village try to use her young sister to lure her and her new French lover into a trap.
20. Karina the Dancer (1928)
Matteo, the son of a Bedouin woman and a Maltese Christian, falls in love with a Bedouin dancer and follows her to Paris after she has rejected him for a rich French jeweler.
22. The Accusing Voice (1914)
Gaston Beraud is employed as assistant to Mr. Launay, of the firm of Dammond and Co., gramophone manufacturers. He is bribed by a rival firm to steal the formula of an important invention. ... See full summary »