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Italy during the Napoleonic wars: A French General and his Adjutant are separated from their unit get beyond the enemy lines. There they meet Carlotta the resolute daughter of an Italian Count, who cannot withstand the charm of the French.

  1. Bernard Borderie

    Director, Writer

  2. Gerald Devriès

    Writer

  3. Mireille de Tissot

    Writer

  4. Cécil Saint-Laurent

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jean Marais

    Jean Marais

    Dorgeval

  2. Sydney Chaplin

    Sydney Chaplin

    Duprat

  3. Guy Bedos

    Guy Bedos

    acteur

  4. Philippe Lemaire

    Philippe Lemaire

    acteur

  5. Guy Delorme

    Guy Delorme

    acteur

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Original Title Sept hommes et une garce

Status Released

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  • March 1, 1967
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 30m

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