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The Fanny Trilogy (Box Set) (1935)

Cast: Raimu, Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, more...
Director: Marcel Pagnol, Marcel Pagnol
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Kino, Kino on Video
Genre: Classics, Drama, Foreign, France, Classic Drama, Classic Drama
Languages: French
Subtitles: English
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The Fanny Trilogy (Bonus Disc) (1935)


The Fanny Trilogy Vol. 1: Marius (1935)
The final film in Marcel Pagnol's Marseilles trilogy (following Marius and Fanny), this drama follows Cesariot (Andre Fouche), an 18-year-old who has recently been led to believe that his father, Honore (Fernand Charpin), is not really his father at all. Honore dies without telling Cesariot about his true parentage, but after the funeral, his mother Fanny (Orane Demazis) breaks the news that Cesar (Raimu), who he had always been told was his godfather, is in fact his grandfather. Cesariot asks Cesar for the truth; the old man tells him that his real dad is Marius (Pierre Fresnay), an auto mechanic, and tells him how to find the garage where Marius works. Cesariot sets out to meet Marius, but when he stops by the garage, Marius isn't in. His boss, Fernand (Doumel), decides to have some fun and tells Cesariot that Marius is a notorious outlaw; the boy buys it hook, line, and sinker and returns home heartbroken. When Marius finds out what happened, he realizes that he must find the boy and see if the damage can still be repaired. While any of the three films in Pagnol's trilogy can be enjoyed separately, Cesar in particular is best appreciated when seen alongside the other two films. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

The Fanny Trilogy Vol. 2: Fanny (1935)


The Fanny Trilogy Vol. 3: Cesar (1935)

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The Fanny Trilogy (Bonus Disc) (1935)
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The Fanny Trilogy Vol. 1: Marius (1935)
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The Fanny Trilogy Vol. 2: Fanny (1935)
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The Fanny Trilogy Vol. 3: Cesar (1935)
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