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Voltaire (1933)

08/05/1933 (US) HistoryDrama 1h 12m
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Beautiful women were pawns in the dangerous game he played with kings and nations!


Writer and philosopher Voltaire, loyal to his king, Louis XV of France, nonetheless writes scathingly of the king's disdain for the rights and needs of his people. Louis admires Voltaire, but is increasingly influenced against him by his minister, the Count de Sarnac.

  1. John G. Adolfi


  2. George Gibbs


  3. E. Lawrence Dudley


  4. Paul Green


  5. Maude T. Howell


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  1. George Arliss

    George Arliss


  2. Margaret Lindsay

    Margaret Lindsay

    Nanette Calas

  3. Doris Kenyon

    Doris Kenyon

    Mme. Pompadour

  4. Alan Mowbray

    Alan Mowbray

    Count de Sarnac

  5. Reginald Owen

    Reginald Owen

    King Louis XV

  6. Theodore Newton

    Theodore Newton


  7. Gordon Westcott

    Gordon Westcott

    The Captain

  8. Murray Kinnell

    Murray Kinnell

    Emile, Voltaire's Servant

  9. Doris Lloyd

    Doris Lloyd

    Mme. Clarion, Actress

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Original Language English

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