L'Enfant prodigue (film)
|Directed by||Michel Carré|
|Written by||Michel Carré|
|Distributed by||Pathé Frères|
L'Enfant prodigue (French pronunciation: [lɑ̃.fɑ̃ pʁɔ.diɡ], French for "The Prodigal Son") was the first feature-length motion picture produced in Europe, running 90 minutes. Directed by Michel Carré, from his own three-act stage pantomime, The Prodigal Son. The film was basically an unmodified filmed record of his play. Filmed at the Gaumont Film Company studios in May 1907.
Carré directed another film version of L'Enfant prodigue in 1916.
Cast (in credits order)
- Patrick Robertson, Film Facts, Watson-Guptill, 2001, p. 9. ISBN 978-0-8230-7943-8.
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