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DIANE

DIANE (daɪˈæn) Direct Information Access Network for Europe

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Diane ★★ 1955

Overstuffed medieval drama featuring Turner as Diane de Poitier, the mistress of a 16th century French King. Moore plays the king in his Hollywood debut. Gorgeous sets and costumes couldn't boost this film at the boxoffice, which had disappointing figures in spite of the expense bestowed upon it. Based on the novel “Diane de Poitier” by John Erskine. 110m/C VHS . Lana Turner, Pedro Armendariz Sr., Roger Moore, Marisa Pavan, Cedric Hardwicke, Torin Thatcher, Taina Elg, John Lupton, Henry Daniell, Sean McClory, Michael Ansara; D: David Miller; W: Christopher Isherwood; M: Miklos Rozsa.

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