Joan of Arc

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Brand New 2K Restoration! This classic epic was directed by the brilliant Victor Fleming (Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz) and starred the radiant Ingrid Bergman (Casablanca) in one of her most stunning performances. Bergman is spellbinding as... read more
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Brand New 2K Restoration! This classic epic was directed by the brilliant Victor Fleming (Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz) and starred the radiant Ingrid Bergman (Casablanca) in one of her most stunning performances. Bergman is spellbinding as the 15th century French peasant girl who rouses a nation and inspires the world with her faith and bravery. Fiercely believing that she’s directed by God, Joan triumphantly leads an army into battle against the British, who are driven from France. Yet as Joan's influence grows, the king (José Ferrer, Moulin Rouge) becomes increasingly wary of her power and ultimately betrays her to her death and martyrdom. A lavish award-winning epic film, Joan of Arc is a powerful story of one of history's most fascinating heroines. The stellar cast also includes Ward Bond (The Searchers), J. Carrol Naish (Clash by Night) and Gene Lockhart (Miracle on 34th Street).

Original Release

11/11/1948

US Release

12/22/1948

Cast

Ingrid Bergman Joan of Arc / Joan
Francis L. Sullivan Pierre Cauchon Count - Bishop of Beauvais / Pierre Cauchon, Count-Bishop of Beauvais
J. Carrol Naish John-- - , Count of Luxembourg, Her Captor / John, Count of Luxembourg, Joan's Captor
Ward Bond La Hire
Shepperd Strudwick Father Massieu - Her Bailiff / Father Massieu, Joan's Bailiff
Gene Lockhart Georges de La Trémouille - King's Chief Counsellor / Georges de la Trémouille, the King's Chief Counsellor
John Emery Jean, Duke d'Alencou - Cousin of Charles / Jean, Duke d'Alencon, cousin of Charles
Leif Erickson Dunois, Bastard of Orleans / Dunois - Bastard of Orleans
Cecil Kellaway Jean Le Maistre - Inquisitor of Rouen / Jean le Maistre, Inquisitor of Rouen
Jose Ferrer The Dauphin - Charles VII, later King of France / The Dauphin, Charles VII, later King of France
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Victor Fleming

Writers

Maxwell Anderson, Andrew Solt

Cast

Ingrid Bergman Joan of Arc / Joan
Francis L. Sullivan Pierre Cauchon Count - Bishop of Beauvais / Pierre Cauchon, Count-Bishop of Beauvais
J. Carrol Naish John-- - , Count of Luxembourg, Her Captor / John, Count of Luxembourg, Joan's Captor
Ward Bond La Hire
Shepperd Strudwick Father Massieu - Her Bailiff / Father Massieu, Joan's Bailiff
Gene Lockhart Georges de La Trémouille - King's Chief Counsellor / Georges de la Trémouille, the King's Chief Counsellor
John Emery Jean, Duke d'Alencou - Cousin of Charles / Jean, Duke d'Alencon, cousin of Charles
Leif Erickson Dunois, Bastard of Orleans / Dunois - Bastard of Orleans
Cecil Kellaway Jean Le Maistre - Inquisitor of Rouen / Jean le Maistre, Inquisitor of Rouen
Jose Ferrer The Dauphin - Charles VII, later King of France / The Dauphin, Charles VII, later King of France
Selena Royle Isabelle d'Arc - Her Mother / Isabelle d'Arc, Joan's Mother
Robert Barrat Jacques d'Arc - Her Father / Jacques d'Arc, Joan's Father
Jimmy Lydon Pierre d'Arc - Her Younger Brother / Pierre d'Arc, Joan's younger brother
Rand Brooks Jean d'Arc - Her Older Brother / Jean d'Arc, Joan's older brother
Roman Bohnen Durand Laxart - Her Uncle / Durand Laxart, Joan's Uncle
Richard Ney Charles de Bourbon - Duke de Clermont / Charles de Bourbon, Duke de Clermont
Eve Whitney Court Lady / Camp Follower
George Coulouris Sir Robert de Baudricourt, Governor of Vaucouleurs / Sir Robert de Baudricourt - Governor of Vaucouleurs
George Zucco Constable of Clerveaux / Constable of Clervaux
Henry Brandon Giles de Rais - Captain / Giles de Rais, Captain

Producers

Editors

Frank Sullivan

1949 Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated
1949 Oscar Best Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated
1949 Oscar Best Cinematography, Color Won
1949 Oscar Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color Nominated
1949 Oscar Best Costume Design, Color Won
1949 Oscar Best Film Editing Nominated
1949 Oscar Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture Nominated
1949 Oscar Won
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