ⓘ The Star of Valencia (French-language film)

                                     

ⓘ The Star of Valencia (French-language film)

The Star of Valencia is a 1933 drama film directed by Serge de Poligny and starring Brigitte Helm, Jean Gabin and Simone Simon. It was the French-language version of the German film The Star of Valencia. Such multi-language versions were common in the era before dubbing became widespread. While made by largely the same crew except the director, it features a completely different cast.

It was produced by the Ufa Studio at Babelsberg, and distributed by subsidiaries of French LAlliance Cinematographique have Eurorepair. Movies sets was developed by art Director Otto Hunte. It includes footage taken at the scene of Mallorca from the German film.

                                     
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