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Overview

A French/Italian motion picture drama covering the seven deadly sins in seven separate sections.

  1. Georges Lacombe

    Director

  2. Carlo Rim

    Director

  3. Jean Dréville

    Director

  4. Claude Autant-Lara

    Director

  5. Yves Allégret

    Director

  6. Eduardo De Filippo

    Director

  7. Roberto Rossellini

    Director

  8. Hervé Bazin

    Writer

  9. Jean Aurenche

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Michèle Morgan

    Michèle Morgan

    Anne-Marie de Pallières (in L'orgueil / Pride)

  2. Viviane Romance

    Viviane Romance

    Mme. Blanc (in La luxure / Lust)

  3. Noël-Noël

    Noël-Noël

    Saint-Pierre (in La paresse / Sloth)

  4. Andrée Debar

    Camille (in L'envie / Envy)

  5. Isa Miranda

    Isa Miranda

    Mme. Alvaro (in L'avarice et la colère / Avarice and Anger)

Full Cast & Crew

The Seven Deadly Sins

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Original Title Les sept péchés capitaux

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 27, 1952
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 2h 28m

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