Le cap perdu

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Le cap perdu (The Lost Cape) is a 1931 British-made drama film directed by Ewald André Dupont and starring Harry Baur, Henri Bosc and Jean-Max.[1] It was a French-language version of the film Cape Forlorn made by British International Pictures intended for distribution in France. A German-language version Menschen im Käfig was also released. It was based on a story by Frank Harvey.

Partial cast[edit]

  • Harry Baur - Le Capitaine Kell
  • Henri Bosc - Kingsley
  • Jean Max - Le matelot Cass
  • Marcelle Romée - Hélène

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