The Count of Monte Cristo (1929 film)

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Monte Cristo
Directed by Henri Fescourt
Produced by Louis Nalpas
Written by Alexandre Dumas, père (novel)
Henri Fescourt (screenplay)
Music by Marc-Olivier Dupin
(2006 Arte TV restoration)
Production
company
Films Louis Nalpas
Distributed by Terra - United Artists
Release dates
25 October 1929 (Part 1)
1 November 1929 (Part 2)
Running time
218 minutes
Country France
Language Silent
(French intertitles)
The coat of arms of the count are described in the original novel as "une montagne d’or, posant sur une mer d’azur, avec une croix de gueules au chef".

Le Comte de Monte Cristo (1929) is a French silent film directed by Henri Fescourt, and is a film adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo, a novel by Alexandre Dumas, père.[1]

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