Le Roman D’un Tricheur

Sacha Guitry

T. It.: Il Romanzo Di Un Baro; Scen.: Sacha Guitry; F.: Marcel Julien; Scgf.: Guerbé, Henry Ménessier; Mu.: Adolphe Borchard; Su.: Paul Duverger; Int.: Sacha Guitry (Il Baro), Jacqueline Delubac (La Moglie), Marguerite Moreno (Avventuriera), Rosine Deréan (Avventuriera), Pauline Carton (Madame Moriot, La Zia), Fréhel (La Cantante), Serge Grave (Il Baro, Da Ragazzino), Pierre Assy (Il Baro, Da Giovane), Henri Pfeifer (Monsieur Charbonnier), Pierre Labry (Monsieur Morlot), Elmire Vautier, Roger Duchesne; Prod.: Serge Sandberg Per Cinéas; Pri. Pro.: 2 Ottobre 1936 In Italia Solo In Tv / In Italy Only On Tv 35mm. D.: 78’. Bn.

T. it.: Italian title. T. int.: International title. T. alt.: Alternative title. Sog.: Story. Scen.: Screenplay. F.: Cinematography. M.: Editing. Scgf.: Set Design. Mus.: Music. Int.: Cast. Prod.: Production Company. L.: Length. D.: Running Time. f/s: Frames per second. Bn.: Black e White. Col.: Color. Da: Print source

Film Notes

“I have it in my head that I must, if not win the game, at least not lose it. I have done it: I have made a film about gambling, Le Roman d’un tricheur, and if this film is successful, I shall finally consider that all the hours which I have spent around the green baize were devoted to the work, to the documentation, that I needed. I will go even further, because it is necessary in life to be logical: all that money which I have lost, I am going to have the right to subtract from my tax declaration, putting it under the heading ‘professional expenses’”.

Sacha Guitry, Le cinéma et moi, Paris, Ramsay, 1977

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