La Gloire de mon pere


1h 50m 1991

Brief Synopsis

A glimpse at the infancy and childhood years of beloved French novelist Marcel Pagnol.

Film Details

Also Known As
My Father's Glory, gloire de mon père
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Gaumont; Gaumont; Tf1 Films Productions
Distribution Company
ORI CL; Orion Classics; Orion Classics; Orion Home Video; Palace Pictures
Location
Marseilles, France; Aix-en-Provence, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 50m

Synopsis

A glimpse at the infancy and childhood years of beloved French novelist Marcel Pagnol.

Crew

Robert Alazraki

Cinematographer

Jacques Allaire

Set Manager

Monique Andre

Sound Editor

Lucette Andrei

Screenwriter

Andre Atellian

Other

Bruno Azzi

Other

Guy Azzi

Art Director

Gilles Bannier

2nd Assistant Director

Pierre Barnley

Other

Christophe Beaucarne

Cameraman

Robert Beulens

Chief Electrician

Betsy Boesel

Press Contact (Samantha Dean & Associates)

Myriem Boucher

Costume Crew

Michel Bouchot

Assistant Editor

Jean-claude Bourdin

Set Design

Jean-claude Cartier

Set Manager

Colette Chevereau

Assistant Art Director

Jean-claude Chiabaut

2nd Cameraman

Monique Colotte

Script Supervisor

Vladimir Cosma

Original Score

Gilbert Crozet

Dubbing

Daniele David

Production Assistant

Samantha Dean

Press Contact (Samantha Dean & Associates)

Martin Drescher

Set Design

Gilbert Duhalde

1st Cameraman

Luc Etienne

2nd Assistant Director

Maryse Felix

Makeup

Dominique Gay

Costume Crew

Pierre Gillette

1st Editor

Chantal Giuliani

Other

Marc Goldstaub

Art Director

Michel Heulin

Set Design

Monique Huylebroeck

Makeup

Bernard Leroux

Other

Alain Levy

Sound Effects

Jerome Levy

Sound Effects

Olivier Lumbroso

Assistant Editor

Brigitte Mackellar

Extras Casting

Gérard Moulévrier

Casting

Agnes Negre

Costume Designer

Marcel Pagnol

From Autobiography ("La Gloire De Mon Pere")

Roger Pera

Assistant Art Director

Gladys Piocelle

Assistant Editor

Alain Poire

Producer

Christian Portal

Set Design

Jerome Prebois

Still Photographer

Alain Racine

Set Design

Dominique Roubaud

Set Design

Dominique Roulance

Costume Crew

Guillaume Schiffman

Cameraman

Alain Sempe

Sound Engineer

Gabriella Stollenwerck

Press Contact (Orion Classics)

Jacqueline Stuffel

Hair

Eric Vallee

Cameraman

Jean-claude Ventura

1st Assistant Director

Claude Villand

Other

Olivier Villette

Sound Assistant

Paco Wiser

Cameraman

Daniel Ziskind

2nd Assistant Director

Film Details

Also Known As
My Father's Glory, gloire de mon père
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Gaumont; Gaumont; Tf1 Films Productions
Distribution Company
ORI CL; Orion Classics; Orion Classics; Orion Home Video; Palace Pictures
Location
Marseilles, France; Aix-en-Provence, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 50m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer June 21, 1991

Released in United States July 5, 1991

Released in United States July 19, 1991

Released in United States August 9, 1991

Released in United States on Video May 20, 1992

Released in United States 1991

Released in United States January 8, 1991

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.

Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 8, 1991.

Began shooting August 3, 1989.

Ff 90,000,000 budget is for both films that are shooting simultaneously.

Completed shooting January 3, 1990.

Twin feature production along with Yves Robert's other film from Pagnol's autobiography, "Le Chateau de ma mere."

Pagnol's autobiography consists of four parts: Part 1 is "La Gloire de mon pere," Part 2, "Le Chateau de ma mere," Part 3, "Le Temps des secrets," and Part 4, "Les Temps des amours."

Released in United States Summer June 21, 1991

Released in United States July 5, 1991 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States July 19, 1991

Released in United States on Video May 20, 1992

Released in United States 1991 (Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.)

Released in United States January 8, 1991 (Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 8, 1991.)

Released in United States August 9, 1991 (Chicago)