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The Adventures of Gerard


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I Starring
Peter McEnery
Claudia Cardinale Spain, 1808, and in Napoleon's Peninsular campaign the forces of Marshal Massena are cut off from the main French army. Napoleon plots to divert the English by letting a false message fall into their hands, choosing as his courier the brave and boastful Colonel
Etienne Gerard. Based on stories by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Directed by Jerzy Skolimowski ( 1970)
FIlM REVIEWS pages 45-51


Unknown: Peter McEnery
Unknown: Claudia Cardinale
Unknown: Etienne Gerard.
Stories By: Arthur Conan Doyle.
Directed By: Jerzy Skolimowski
Gerard, Colonel of the Hussars of Conflans: Peter McEnery
Teresa, Countess of Morales: Claudia Cardinale
Napoleon: Eli Wallach
Millefleurs, a renegade Englishman: Jack Hawkins
Russell, Colonel of the Coldstream Guards: Mark Burns
Papilette, Sgt of the Hussars of Conflans: Norman Rossington
Wellington: John Neville
Santarem, CountofMorales: Paola Stoppa
Lassalle, Cavalry General: Ivan Desny
Marshal Massena: Leopoldo Trieste

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