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Un drame sous Napoléon (movie 1921)

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Un drame sous Napoléon is a French silent movie produced by Société Française des Films Éclair, directed by Gérard Bourgeois, released in may 1921 (France), starring Fernande Cabanel as colonel Étienne Gérard.

The movie is an adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle's novel : Uncle Bernac (1896).

In USA, the movie was released as "Uncle Bernac".


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in Comoedia (april 1921, p. 348)



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