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Louisiane (France, Italy 1984 / Director: Philippe de Broca, Jacques Demy (uncredited), Etienne Périer (uncredited))

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  • Runtime: 187 min
  • Release Date: 25.1.1984

Also known as

Louisiana (U.S.A.)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Margot Kidder (Virginia Tregan), Ian Charleson (Clarence Dandridge), Andréa Ferreol (Mignette), Lloyd Bochner (Adrien de Damvilliers), Victor Lanoux (Charles de Vigors), Len Cariou (Oswald), Billy Hicks (Brent), Raymond Pellegrin (Morley), Ken Pogue (Dr. Murphy), Corinne Marchand (Anne Mac Gregor), James Beardon (Percy Templeton), Larry Lewis (Adrien II), Wayne Best (Major McGregor), Ron Lewis (Pierre Damvillier), Angus MacInnes (Albert), Alex Liggett (young Adrien II), Matthew Breeding (young Pierre), Scott Burnelle (Fabian), Kellie Brasselle (Julie), Tara Winder (young Ivy), Mark Polley (Adrien MacGregor), Timothy Patterson (Little Joe), Michael J. Reynolds (General Bank), Ron Cural (Bradley), Par Perkins (Nella), Becki Davis (Betty Templeton), Valerain Smith (Theodore), Carey Holliday (gold inspector), Graham Paul (southern patriot), B.J. Hopper (Della Prince captain), Bryan Wrye (young man), Craig Foret (young man), Jerry Leggio (banker), Dominique Briand (Marc), Tony Souchier (Marc's friend), Jacques Brucker (Marc's friend), Beata Tyszkiewicz (Contesse), Clement Harari (jeweler), Laure Casteil (maid), Charles Marosi (valet), Lyle Joyce (doorman), Stocker Fontelieu (auctioneer), Layton Martens (Bascom), David Braselman (soldier), Richard Sheffield (scout), Toby Bernard (safehouse man), Louis Herthum (fellow student), Ronnie Stutes (passenger), Charles Smith (passenger), Allen McCarty (bidders), Charles Smith (bidder), Sparky Horne, Davis Hotard
  • Story: "Louisiane, Fausse-Riviere" by Maurice Denuziere
  • Screenplay: Dominique Fabre, Charles E. Israel (as Chuck Israel), Etienne Périer
  • Cinematography: Michel Brault [color]
  • Music: Claude Bolling
  • Song: "Louisiana Waltz" sung by Dee Dee Bridgewater
  • Song: "Cotton Balls", "Chasse L'homme" sung by Baton Rouge Community Chorus
  • Producers: Denis Héroux, John Kemeny

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