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Dangerous Exile (1957)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Drama, Romance | 10 October 1958 (USA)
During the French Revolution, a French nobleman saves the 10-year-old son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette from the guillotine with the help of an English woman.

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Vaughan Wilkins (novel), Robin Estridge (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Louis Jourdan ... Duke Philippe de Beauvais
Belinda Lee ... Virginia Traill
Keith Michell ... Colonel St. Gerard
Richard O'Sullivan ... Louis XVII / Richard de Beauvais
Martita Hunt ... Lady Lydia Fell
Finlay Currie ... Mr. Patient
Anne Heywood ... Glynis
Brian Rawlinson Brian Rawlinson ... Dylan Evans
Terence Longdon ... Col. Sir Frederick Venner
Frederick Leister Frederick Leister ... Capt. Andrew Ogden
Derek Oldham Derek Oldham ... William
Jean Mercure ... Chief of Police
Raymond Gérôme Raymond Gérôme ... Citizen-Director of the Revolution
Austin Trevor ... M. Petitval
Jean Claudio Jean Claudio ... DeCastres, Philippe's Comrade in Paris
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During the French Revolution, a French nobleman saves the 10-year-old son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette from the guillotine with the help of an English woman.

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Woven on the silken thread of intrigue...a spectacular tale of escape! See more »


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 1958 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

O Príncipe Lendário See more »

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Production Co:

The Rank Organisation See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

The Welsh island in the story is named as Caldey Island, a real place off the coast of Pembrokeshire, but much smaller than this film suggests - it would seem that none of the movie was actually filmed on Caldey, which is principally the home of an ancient Benedictine monastery where a distinctive perfume is manufactured by monks. See more »

Goofs

The allees of trees flanking the roads as the horsemen rode furiously to save someone in this film were not planted until the time of Napoleon. He had them planted to shade his armies as they marched through the hot sun while in uniform. See more »

Quotes

Colonel St. Gerard: For such a beautiful woman, Mademoiselle, you are a surprisingly bad liar.
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Enjoyable suspension of disbelief
13 July 2018 | by h-d-lewisSee all my reviews

Typical 50s sword and cape film with slew of supporting British and French actors. Pity there isn't a single Welsh one given that part of the action is supposed to take place in Wales. The "Welsh" contingent have a bash at an accent but truth to tell anyone who has ever been to Wales would not be convinced. Finlay Currie for instance was a well known SCOTTISH actor with an accent to match has a go at mangling a Welsh one. But then have you ever seen "How Green was my Valley", a good novel Hollywoodenized?

Well, despite the fact the camera crew never went to Wales, the actors do what they can to move things along (the director could have helped more). The music is clunky and helps even less.

But, hey, the leads are all good looking or, when given some freedom like the "grande dame" Martini Hunt, manage to raise a smile.

So suspend your disbelief - as you have to do to many present-day films - and don't expect any explosions or leaps from tall buildings and settle down in a comfortable sofa.


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