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Under the Red Robe
(1923) American
B&W : Ten reels / 9062 feet
Directed by Alan Crosland (Sr.)

Cast: Robert B. Mantell [Cardinal Richelieu], John Charles Thomas [Gil de Bérault], Alma Rubens [Renée de Cocheforet], Otto Kruger [Henri de Cocheforet], William H. Powell (William Powell) [the Duke of Orléans], Ian MacLaren [King Louis XIII], Genevieve Hamper [the Duchess de Chevreuse], Mary MacLaren [Anne of Austria], Rose Coghlan [Marie de Medici], Gustav von Seyffertitz [Cion], Sidney Herbert [Father Joseph], Arthur Houseman [Captain La Rolle], Paul Panzer [French lieutenant], Charles Judels [Antoine], George Nash [Jules, the innkeeper], Evelyn Gossett [Madame de Cocheforet]

Cosmopolitan Corporation production; distributed by Goldwyn-Cosmopolitan Distributing Corporation. / Scenario by Bayard Veiller, from the novel Under the Red Robe by Stanley J. Weyman. Set design by Joseph Urban. Costume design by Gretl Urban. Cinematography by Harold Wenstrom and Gilbert Warrenton. Intertitles artwork by Oscar C. Buchheister Art Title Company. Music score by William Frederick Peters. / © 13 January 1924 by Cosmopolitan Corporation [LP19918]. Premiered circa 24 November 1923 in New York, New York. Released 13 January 1924. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / Powell’s fifth film.

Drama: Historical.

Survival status: (unknown)

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Listing updated: 12 July 2014.

References: Geduld-Birth p. 138; Quirk-Powell pp. 18, 43-44 : ClasIm-226 p. 43 : Website-AFI.

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