The Red Head (1925 film)

The Red Head (French: Poil de carotte) is a 1925 French silent drama film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Henry Krauss, Charlotte Barbier-Krauss and André Heuzé.[1] Duvivier remade it as a sound film of the same name in 1932.

The Red Head
Directed byJulien Duvivier
Written byJules Renard (novel)
Jacques Feyder
Julien Duvivier
StarringHenry Krauss
Charlotte Barbier-Krauss
André Heuzé
CinematographyGanzli Walter
André Dantan
Films A. Legrand
Majestic Films
Distributed byPhocea Film
Release date
22 December 1925
Running time
108 minutes
French intertitles


  • Henry Krauss as Monsieur Lepic
  • Charlotte Barbier-Krauss as Madame Lepic
  • André Heuzé as François Lepic, dit Poil de carotte
  • Fabien Haziza as Felix
  • Renée Jean as Ernestine
  • Lydia Zaréna as Annette
  • Suzanne Talba as Maria
  • Yvette Langlais as Mathilde
  • Nora Sylvère


  1. Crisp p.69


  • Crisp, Colin. French Cinema—A Critical Filmography: Volume 1, 1929–1939. Indiana University Press, 2015.
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