The Gardens of Murcia (1936 film)

The Gardens of Murcia (French: Aux jardins de Murcie) is a 1936 French drama film directed by Marcel Gras and Max Joly and starring Juanita Montenegro, Hubert Prélier and Geymond Vital.[1] It was also known by the alternative title of Heritage. A 1923 silent film The Gardens of Murcia had earlier been made, based on the same story.

The Gardens of Murcia
Directed byMarcel Gras
Max Joly
Produced byMarcel Gras
Written byJosep Feliu i Codina (play)
Max Joly
Marcel Gras
StarringJuanita Montenegro
Hubert Prélier
Geymond Vital
Music byJean Poueigh
Allan Small
CinematographyNicolas Hayer
Release date
28 November 1936
Running time
77 minutes


  • Juanita Montenegro as Maria del Carmen
  • Hubert Prélier as Xavier
  • Geymond Vital as Pencho
  • Nicolas Amato
  • Albert Angeli as Pepuso
  • Marcel Charvey
  • Jean Clairval
  • Irma d'Argy
  • Henry Darbray
  • Marcel Delaître as Domingo
  • Mona Dol
  • Annette Doria as Fuensantica
  • Geno Ferny
  • L.E. Hemme
  • Edmée Landauer
  • Raymond Marcel
  • Georges Mauloy as Le médecin
  • André Pierrel
  • Annie Toinon


  1. Crisp p.403


  • Crisp, Colin. Genre, Myth and Convention in the French Cinema, 1929-1939. Indiana University Press, 2002.
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