Gilberte de Courgenay

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Gilberte de Courgenay is a 1942 Swiss biographical film directed by Franz Schnyder and starring Rudolf Bernhard, Anne-Marie Blanc and Zarli Carigiet. It was based on a novel by Rudolf Bolo Maeglin and was based on the life of a real figure. It was made during the Second World War, during which Switzerland was neutral, in an attempt to raise national morale in the face of potential invasion.


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