The Loves of Rocambole

The Loves of Rocambole (French: Les amours de Rocambole) is a 1924 French silent film directed by Charles Maudru and starring Maurice Thorèze, Claude Mérelle and Albert Decoeur.[1]

The Loves of Rocambole
Directed byCharles Maudru
Written by Pierre Alexis Ponson du Terrail (novel)
StarringMaurice Thorèze
Claude Mérelle
Albert Decoeur
CinematographyPierre Trimbach
Société d'Éditions Cinématographiques
Distributed byEtablissements Louis Aubert
Release date
7 November 1924
French intertitles


  • Maurice Thorèze as Rocambole
  • Claude Mérelle as Baccara
  • Albert Decoeur as Sir William
  • Noëlle Rolland as Madame de Chamery
  • Max Maxudian as Le maharadjah
  • Janie Péra as Carmen de Sallendrera
  • Pierre Fresnay as Jean Robert
  • Marguerite Ninove as Madame Fipart
  • Jean Peyrière as Le duc de Sallendrera
  • Willy as Perrine
  • Émilien Richard as Le comte de Chamery
  • Batréau as Venture
  • Pierre Daltour
  • Louisa de Mornand
  • Germaine Fontanes
  • Halma
  • Mary Harald
  • Olga Noël


  1. Rège p.693


  • Philippe Rège. Encyclopedia of French Film Directors, Volume 1. Scarecrow Press, 2009.
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