The Abbot Constantine (1925 film)
The Abbot Constantine (French: L'abbé Constantin) is a 1925 French silent comedy film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Jean Coquelin, Pierre Stéphen and Claude France. It is based on the novel The Abbot Constantine by Ludovic Halévy. The novel was remade as a sound film in 1933.
|The Abbot Constantine|
|Directed by||Julien Duvivier|
|Written by||Ludovic Halévy (novel) |
|Starring||Jean Coquelin |
|Cinematography||André Dantan |
Les Films Marcel Vandal et Charles Delac
|Distributed by||Films Petit|
|9 October 1925|
A French Catholic Priest is horrified when he learns that two Protestant American women have moved in nearby. However he is soon on good terms with them, and his nephew eventually falls in love with one of them.
- Jean Coquelin as L'abbé Constantin
- Pierre Stéphen as Paul de Lavardens
- Claude France as Mrs. Scott
- Georges Lannes as Jean Reynaud
- Geneviève Cargese as Bettina Percival
- Louisa de Mornand as Comtesse de Lavardens
- Georges Deneubourg as Comte de Larnac
- Angèle Decori as Pauline
- Roberto Pla as Bernard, le jardinier
- Robby Guichard
- Lionel Salem
- Goble p.661
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.