The Seven Deadly Sins (1952) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Seven Deadly Sins (1952)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

The Seven Deadly Sins Photos

Movie Info

This offering is a portmanteau film assembled by some of the biggest talents in the Italian and French film industry. The film's six sections (one containing two sins) are designed by separate titles, which should be self-explanatory. An eighth sin is thrown in as a comic bonus.


as The Director/Sloth
Viviane Romance
as Mme. Blanc/Lust
Henri Vidal
as Antonin/Gluttony
Michèle Morgan
as Anne-Marie/Pride
Isa Miranda
as Mme. Alvaro
Louis de Funès
as The Frenchman
Madeleine Barbulée
as 1st Secretary
Maurice Ronet
as The Cure
Jean Richard
as The Husband
Françoise Rosay
as The Mother
Jean Debucourt
as M. Signac
Marcelle Praince
as The President
Louis Seigner
as Uncle Henri
Gérard Philipe
as The Barker
View All

Critic Reviews for The Seven Deadly Sins

All Critics (2)

A French-ltalian multi-story film, much too long and sharply uneven in quality, but with at least two episodes (Gluttony and Pride) that may pleasurably haunt your memory.

January 7, 2020 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews

There are no featured reviews for The Seven Deadly Sins at this time.

The Seven Deadly Sins Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

News & Features