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Cast (feature film)

1.
Witches of Salem, The (1957) as Martha Corey
Salem, 1692. Industrious farmer, John Proctor, has twice made love to 17-year-old Abigail, a youth he and his wife have taken in. (His wife Elisabeth has rebuffed him for seven months; she is puritanical and cold.) When she finds John and Abigail embracing, she sends the lass from her home and John, feeling damned, agrees. Abigail vows revenge. Her chance comes when she accuses Elisabeth of witchcraft and manipulates younger girls to support her claims of seeing spirits. The town's minister and politicians want a cause: ridding the town of witchcraft is the ideal repression. John too, is accused; Abigail offers him a way to avoid hanging. Elisabeth has her own confession.
2.
Royal Affairs in Versailles (1954) as A Revolutionary
Witty narration follows the history of Versailles Palace; founded by Louis XIII, enlarged by autocratic Louis XIV, whose personal affairs and amours, and those of his two successors, are followed in more detail to the start of the Revolution, after which the story is brought rapidly up to date. A huge cast plays mainly historical persons who appear briefly.
3.
Le Corbeau (1943) as Shopkeeper
A small-town doctor fights to survive a series of poison pen letters attacking his character.
4.
Les as du turf (1935) as La directrice de l'atelier
5.
La chance (1932) as La concierge
6.
La couturière de Luneville (1932) as Léonie
7.
Chérie (1930) as Mayme

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