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Thumbnail for Scaramouche (1952) Scaramouche (1952)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 77
Category: Action/Adventure, DramaNotable as: Action/AdventureSub-Category: Adventure Film, Remake, Swashbuckler film, Action Film, Film adaptation, Action/Adventure, DramaRuntime: 115 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: George SidneyScreenwriter: Rafael Sabatini, George FroeschelBased on: ScaramoucheMusic: Victor YoungCinematography: Charles RosherStars: Stewart Granger, Eleanor Parker, Janet Leigh, Mel Ferrer, Henry Wilcoxon, Nina Foch, Richard Anderson, Lewis Stone, Robert Coote, John Dehner Producer: Carey WilsonStudio: Metro-Goldwyn-MayerAward details: (details at IMDb)
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Scaramouche is a 1952 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Technicolor romantic adventure film based on the 1921 novel Scaramouche by Rafael Sabatini as well as the 1923 film version starring Ramón Novarro. The film stars Stewart Granger, Eleanor Parker, Janet Leigh, and Mel Ferrer. It was directed by George Sidney and produced by Carey Wilson from a screenplay by Ronald Millar and George Froeschel. The original music score was composed by Victor Young and the cinematography by Charles Rosher.


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