Phedre ★½ 1968
Jean Racine's adaptation of the Greek legend involving Phedre, Theseus, and Hippolyte. Bell is the only one worth watching in this weak and stagy picture. In French with English subtitles. 93m/C VHS . Claude Giraud, Jacques Dacqmine, Jean Chevrier, Marie Bell; D: Pierre Jourdan; C: Michel Kelber.
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