Jeux de la Comtesse Dolingen de Gratz, Les

France 1980

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Countess Dolingen of Gratz
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Directed by Catherine Binet

a.k.a. Countess Dolingen of Gratz


Cast:
Michael Lonsdale as Bertrand Haines-Pearson
Carol Kane as Louise Haines-Pearson
Katia Wastchenko as La petite fille
Marina Vlady as La mère de la petite fille
Emmanuelle Riva as Une invitée
Roberto Plate as Le voyageur/Le voleur/L'étranger
Marilu Marini as La comtesse Dolingen de Gratz/La bonne
Robert Stephens as Le professeur
Marucha Bo as Nena
Antoine Binet as Le frère
Raoul Escari as Argentin 1
Tobie Schumer as Argentin 2
Carine Toly as La belle dame
Nathalie Goldnadel as La fille pubère
François Mouren-Provensal as L'homme sur la plage

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