Lady Oscar

(1979)

Overview

Oscar François de Jarjayes was born female, but her father insisted she be raised as a boy as he had no sons. She becomes the captain of the guards at Versailles under King Louis XVI and Marie Antonette. Her privileged, noble life comes under fire as she discovers the hard life of the poor people of France. She is caught up in the French Revolution, and must choose between her loyalty and love.

  1. Jacques Demy

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Patricia Louisianna Knop

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Catriona MacColl

    Catriona MacColl

    Oscar François de Jarjayes

  2. Barry Stokes

    Barry Stokes

    André Grandier

  3. Jonas Bergström

    Hans Axel von Fersen

  4. Christine Böhm

    Marie Antoinette

  5. Terence Budd

    Louis XVI

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Lady Oscar
Lady Oscar

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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 3, 1979
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 2h 4m

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