The Beloved Vagabond (1936 film)
|The Beloved Vagabond|
|Directed by||Curtis Bernhardt|
|Produced by||Ludovico Toeplitz|
|Written by||William J. Locke (novel)
|Music by||Darius Milhaud|
|Edited by||Douglas Myers|
|Distributed by||Associated British (UK)
Columbia Pictures (US)
|25 August 1936|
The Beloved Vagabond is a 1936 British musical drama film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Maurice Chevalier, Betty Stockfeld, Margaret Lockwood and Austin Trevor. In nineteenth century France an architect posing as a tramp falls in love with a woman. The film was made at Ealing Studios by the independent producer Ludovico Toeplitz.
- Maurice Chevalier as Gaston de Nerac 'Paragot'
- Betty Stockfeld as Joanna Rushworth
- Margaret Lockwood as Blanquette
- Desmond Tester as Asticot
- Austin Trevor as Count de Verneuil
- Peter Haddon as Major Walters
- Charles Carson as Charles Rushworth
- Cathleen Nesbitt as Mme. Boin
- Barbara Gott as Concierge
- Amy Veness as Cafe Owner
- D.J. Williams as Undertaker
- C. Denier Warren as Railway Clerk
The film was shot in English and French versions with different supporting casts.
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- LONDON DEFERS ITS POETIC FILMS JOAN LITTLEFIELD.Copyright, 1936, by The New York Times Company and NANA, Inc.. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 08 Mar 1936: X4.
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