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|Directed by||Leon Abrams|
|Written by||Sacha Guitry (play)|
|Starring||Sarah Bernhardt |
|Cinematography||Raymond Agnel |
|Distributed by||Etablissements Georges Petit|
|31 October 1924|
The Clairvoyant (French: La voyante) is a 1924 French silent drama film directed by Leon Abrams and starring Sarah Bernhardt, Georges Melchior and Harry Baur. It was based on a play by Sacha Guitry. This was the final film of the celebrated stage actress Sarah Bernhardt who died during production.
Jean is thrown out of the house by his father, a remarried politician, out of jealousy for his friendship with his mother-in-law. He finds refuge at an artist's apartment. In the same building lives a famous fortune teller that the mother-in-law just happens to consult. With her help, Jean will be able to marry his young sweetheart and his father will solve his political troubles.
- Sarah Bernhardt as Madame Gainard
- Georges Melchior as Jean Detaille
- Harry Baur as Monsieur Detaille
- Mary Marquet as Madame Detaille
- Jean-François Martial as André Renaud
- Lili Damita as Suzanne
- Pâquerette as La concierge
- Jeanne Brindeau as Madame Gainard's Double
- Sacha Guitry
- Paul Poiret as Couturier
- Philippe Richard as André Renaud
- Jean Wells
- Menefee p.39
- David W. Menefee. The First Female Stars: Women of the Silent Era. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004.
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