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|Directed by||Maurice Tourneur|
|Written by||Roland Dorgelès (novel) |
|Cinematography||Georges Benoît |
|Edited by||Jacques Tourneur|
|Music by||Roland Manuel|
|14 September 1931|
Departure (French: Partir) is a 1931 French drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Jean Marchat, Simone Cerdan and Ginette d'Yd. It was based on a novel by Roland Dorgelès. An opera singer travelling with her company on a passenger ship for a tour of French Indochina, encounters a mysterious young man who she falls in love with.
- Jean Marchat as Jacques Largy
- Simone Cerdan as Florence Bernard
- Ginette d'Yd as Odette Nicolai
- Gaby Basset as Carmen
- Charles Prince as Le comique
- Fichel as Prater
- Gaston Mauger as Félix, le directeur
- Georges Paulais as Le docteur
- Charles Barrois as Le commissaire de bord
- Jacques Anderson as Le lieutenant blond
- Lugné-Poe as Daniel Garrot
- Hélène Robert as Micaella
- Christiane Tourneur as Musette
- Mary Ganesco as Madame Pascalin
- Waldman p.144
- Waldman, Harry. Maurice Tourneur: The Life and Films. McFarland, 2008.
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