Crainquebille ★★★ 1923
The classic satire based on the Anatole France story about a street merchant in Paris unfairly imprisoned and eventually surviving peacefully as a tramp. Silent. 50m/B VHS, DVD . FR Maurice Feraudy; D: Jacques Feyder.
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