The Pavilion Burns

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The Pavilion Burns
The Pavilion Burns.jpg
Directed by Jacques de Baroncelli
Produced by Denise Piazza
Roland Tual
Written by Solange Térac
Steve Passeur
Starring Pierre Renoir
Jean Marais
Music by Tony Aubin
Cinematography Pierre Montazel
Synops Film
Distributed by Les Films Minerva
Release date
17 December 1941
Running time
90 minutes
Country France
Language French

The Pavilion Burns (French: Le Pavillon brûle) is a 1941 French comedy drama directed by Jacques de Baroncelli, written by Solange Térac, starring Pierre Renoir and Jean Marais.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Serge Piménoff.


Ramsay, an engineer, works in a copper mine in a French colony. He is confronted by a variety of huge technical and human problems.



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