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Artists and Models


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Three films set in a Paris studio during a century of scandal and revolution. 1: The Passing Show with James Laurenson as Jacques-Louis David
From the last decadent days of the old monarchy through the Revolution and the rise and fall of Napoleon, the arts in France are dominated by one man - the mysterious figure of David. He is the greatest painter of his day, an ardent revolutionary - and a leading figure in Robespierre's secret police. and Costume designer USA BENJAMIN Designer RICHARD MORRIS
Film cameraman JOHN HOOPER Film editor ARDAN FISHER Written and directed by LESLIE MAGAHEY
* FEATURE: page 98


Unknown: James Laurenson
Unknown: Jacques-Louis David
Designer: Richard Morris
Unknown: John Hooper
Editor: Ardan Fisher
Directed By: Leslie Magahey
Casanova: Nicholas Amer
Louison: Charlie Dean
Delécluze: Martin Weedon
DuciS: Benjamin White
Lavoisier: Harry Parkinson
Leading actor: Terence Bayler
Charlotte Corday: Linda Milner
Hersilia: Angela Graham-Jones
Sabine daughter: Rosemary Hirst
Chabot: Ronald Chenery
with the voices of: Martin Jarvis
with the voices of: Andrew Sachs
with the voices of: John Moffatt

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