Sérénade

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1940
  • Running time: 90 min
Serenade or Schubert's Serenade (French:Sérénade) is a 1940 French historical film directed by Jean Boyer and starring Lilian Harvey, Louis Jouvet and Bernard Lancret. It portrays a fictional romance between the Austrian composer Franz Schubert and an English dancer. read more

Serenade or Schubert's Serenade (French:Sérénade) is a 1940 French historical film directed by Jean Boyer and starring Lilian Harvey, Louis Jouvet and Bernard Lancret. It portrays a fictional romance between the Austrian composer Franz Schubert and an English dancer. The film was the first of two the Anglo-German actress Lillian Harvey made in France, after leaving Nazi Germany.

Original Release

02/28/1940

US Release

09/02/1940

Cast

Lilian Harvey Margaret Brenton
Louis Jouvet Le baron Hartmann
Bernard Lancret Franz Schubert
Félix Oudart Schwindt, le directeur
Roger Bourdin Vogl
Marcel Lupovici L'ami de Schubert
Auguste Bovério Beethoven
Marcel Vallée Hostlinger, le editeur
Alexandre Rignault Le gendarme
Pierre Magnier Le Prince Metternich
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Jean Boyer

Writers

Jacques Companéez, Max Maret, Ernst Neubach, Pierre Wolff

Cast

Lilian Harvey Margaret Brenton
Louis Jouvet Le baron Hartmann
Bernard Lancret Franz Schubert
Félix Oudart Schwindt, le directeur
Roger Bourdin Vogl
Marcel Lupovici L'ami de Schubert
Auguste Bovério Beethoven
Marcel Vallée Hostlinger, le editeur
Alexandre Rignault Le gendarme
Pierre Magnier Le Prince Metternich
René Stern Un élégant
Madeleine Suffel Anny
Claire Gérard La propriétaire
Marthe Mellot La vendeuse
Georges Bever Le commis
Jacques Butin Le secrétaire
Edmond Castel L'aubergiste
Philippe Richard Le prieur
André Volnay
Georges Serrano

Producers

Editors

Louisette Hautecoeur, Marc Sorkin

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