The Mysteries of Paris (French: Les Mystères de Paris) is a French-Italian film from 1962, set in Paris. It was directed by André Hunebelle, written by Diego Fabbri and Pierre Foucaud, starring Jean Marais.[1] The scenario was written on the basis of the novel Les Mystères de Paris. It has several precursors including The Mysteries of Paris (1912), The Mysteries of Paris (1935).[2]

Cast[edit | edit source]

Jean Marais : Rodolphe de Sambreuil, lover of Irène Raymond Pellegrin : Baron de Lansignac, the enemy of Rodolphe Jill Haworth: Marie Godin Dany Robin : the teacher of Rodolphe Pierre Mondy : Chourineur Georges Chamarat : Jérôme Foulon Noël Roquevert : Mr. Pipelet, the concierge Jean Le Poulain : The Teacher Renée Gardès : the Owl Alain Decock : the young person Fanfan Morel Robert Dalban: the boss of the inn of the Destructives Paulette Dubost: Mrs Pipelet, the concierge Benoîte Lab : Louise Morel, the woman of the suit Gabriel Gobin : Mr. Morel, the suit Madeleine Barbulée : Mrs Godin Maria Meriko : Mrs Georges Charles Bouillaud : Mr. Godin Raoul Billerey : Amédée Guy Delorme : policeman

References[edit | edit source]

1.Jump up ^ Mystères de Paris at Films de France 2.Jump up ^ Mystères de Paris at the Internet Movie Database

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