|Directed by||Brian Desmond Hurst|
|Written by||Robin Estridge|
|Based on||novel A King Reluctant by Vaughan Wilkins|
Dangerous Exile is a 1957 British historical drama film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Louis Jourdan, Belinda Lee, Anne Heywood and Richard O'Sullivan. It concerns the fate of Louis XVII, who died in 1795 as a boy, yet was popularly believed to have escaped from his French revolutionary captors.
The film was shot in Pinewood Studios and on location in Cornwall in 1957.
- David Sterrit, "Dangerous Exile", Turner Classic Movies accessed 26 January 2014
- Dangerous Exile at Louisjourdan.net
- Dangerous Exile at the Internet Movie Database
- Dangerous Exile at TCMDB
- Dangerous Exile at Monsieur.louisjourdan.net
- New York Times review of film
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