Montmartre (1925 film)

Montmartre (French: Faubourg Montmartre) is a 1925 French silent drama film directed by Charles Burguet and starring Gaby Morlay, Camille Bardou and Maurice Schutz.[1] It was remade in 1931 as a sound film Montmartre with Morlay reprising her role.

Directed byCharles Burguet
Written byCharles Burguet
Henri Duvernois (novel)
StarringGaby Morlay
Camille Bardou
Maurice Schutz
CinematographyJéhan Fouquet
Jules Kruger
Charles Burguet Films
Distributed byCompagnie Vitagraph de France
Release date
16 January 1925
French intertitles


  • Gaby Morlay as Gevrinette
  • Camille Bardou as Gennaro
  • Maurice Schutz as Monsieur Gentilhomme
  • Céline James as Céline Gentilhomme
  • Marthe Ferrare as Irène Ballestrini
  • Charles Lamy as Monsieur Gommier
  • René Blancard as Frédéric Charançon
  • André Brunet as Titi le boulanger
  • Jeanne Bérangère as Tante Dada
  • Sylviane de Castillo as La couturière
  • Suzanne Delmas as Madame Pix
  • Adrienne Duriez
  • Madeleine Guitty as Madame Palladin
  • Paul Valbret
  • Renée van Delly
  • Maurice Vauthier


  1. The A to Z of French Cinema p.306


  • Dayna Oscherwitz & MaryEllen Higgins. The A to Z of French Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.
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