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|Éducation de Prince|
|Directed by||Henri Diamant-Berger|
|Written by||Henri Diamant-Berger|
Maurice Donnay (play)
Éducation de Prince (English: Education of a Prince) was a silent French film released in 1927. The French title has been spelled slightly differently over the years.
It was adapted by the director Henri Diamant-Berger from the play by Maurice Donnay. The known cast included Edna Purviance, Pierre Batcheff, and Jean Dax. This was Purviance's last film before retiring in 1928.
In 1938, Alexander Esway directed a remake, with adaptation and screenplay written by Henri-Georges Clouzot, released as Bargekeeper's Daughter.
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