The Charterhouse of Parma

The Charterhouse of Parma (1948)

This adaptation of Stendhal's timeless masterpiece of French literature tells the tale of Fabrice Del Dongo (Grard Philipe) a young archibishop who gives his heart and soul to romance rather than to the Church creating upheaval in the lives of evergone around him the Countess of Sanseverine (Maria Casares) is but one of the may women who love him. In turn she incurs jealous retributions from those in high places who desire her. For his crimes Fabrice is thrown in Prison where from Crimes Fabrice is thrown in prison where form his lonely window he falls in love with his jailer s daughter and plans a daring escape she however calls his plan insane and takes a vow to the Virgin Mary to never see him again ever if his escape succeeds the Charterhouse of Parma explodes with conflicting desires man s desire form God vs. his desire for romance.

  • Christian-Jaque
  • Stendhal
  • Pierre Véry
  • Christian-Jaque
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  • Release Date: 1948-02-21
  • Language: Français | Italiano
  • Country: FR, IT
  • Runtime: 170

Cosetta Greco


Achille Majeroni

L'évêque (uncredited)

Lina Marengo

Una signora curiosa (uncredited)

Lucien Coëdel

Rassi, le chef de la police (as Lucien Coedel)

Gérard Philipe

le marquis Fabrice Del Dong

Renée Faure

Clelia Conti

María Casares

la duchesse Gina de San Severina

Louis Salou

le prince Ernest IV

Louis Seigner

Grillo - le gardien de la Tour Farnese

Tullio Carminati

Le comte Mosca, le premier ministre

Aldo Silvani

Le général Conti, gouverneur de la prison de Parme

Maria Michi


Claudio Gora

Le marquis Crescenzi

Nerio Bernardi

La mari de Fausta (uncredited)

Renato Chiantoni

Le soldat a la lettre anonyme (uncredited)

Attilio Dottesio

Ferrante Palla (uncredited)

Claudio Ermelli

L'espion de Mosca (uncredited)

Enrico Glori

Gilletti, l'acteur de théâtre (uncredited)

Tina Lattanzi

La princesse Marie-Louise de Bourbon-Parme (uncredited)

Jone Salinas

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