Fanfan la Tulipe1953
Fanfan la Tulipe (1953)
Fanfan la Tulipe Photos
as Adeline La Franchise
as Louis XV
as Fanfan the Tulip
as Capt. La Houlette
as La Pompadour
as English Commentary
as Henriette de France
as Madame Tranche-Montagne
as Marechal d'Estrees
as Sgt. La Franchise
Critic Reviews for Fanfan la Tulipe
You get a sense not only of Philipe's professional training, which clearly honed his skills in choreography and movement, but also of his natural charms. That the actor performs so effortlessly, so casually, is the real magic here.
Starring the go-to couple of Gérard Philipe and Gina Lollobrigida, it features duels, chases and low-cut costumes, all in glorious black and white.
Enjoyable but undeniably creaky; what played as glorious period tomfoolery to European festival juries and discerning U S audiences in the early 1950s now just seems quaintly pleased with itself.
Christian-Jaque gets a bouquet for his effort, even though it's just this side of being complete.
Cahiers-savvy cinephiles will recognize Fanfan as the type of handsome prestige production that the French New Wave overthrew in the early '60s, but this example of the 'cinéma de qualité' is hardly a musty artifact.
The film is rather more decorative to look at than such Anglo-Saxon equivalents as The Crimson Pirate, but Christian Jaque's opulent, heavy-handed manner tends to sacrifice wit and elegance to some only moderately entertaining burlesque heroics.
Audience Reviews for Fanfan la Tulipe
Fanfan La Tulipe is a charming adventure romance comedy infused with enjoyable sword choreography featuring a mischievous Fanfan in search of love and destiny. Playful.
The Original one was Brilliant as well the Remake with Vincent Perez.
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