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César

CésarCésar, quasar

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CESAR (USA) Center for Engineering Systems Advanced Research

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Cesar ★★★★ 1936

This is the third and most bittersweet part of Pagnol's famed trilogy based on his play depicting the lives and loves of the people of Provence, France. Marius returns after a 20year absence to his beloved Fanny and his now-grown son, Cesariot. The first two parts of the trilogy are “Marius” and “Fanny” and were directed by Alexander Korda and Marc Allegret respectively. In French with English subtitles. 117m/B VHS, DVD . FR Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Orane Demazis, Charpin, Andre Fouche, Alida Rouffe; D: Marcel Pagnol; W: Marcel Pagnol; M: Vincent Scotto.

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