Angélique, marquise des anges (1964) Movie

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Ratings / Votes
6.5/ 10 (1208 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Compagnie Industrielle et Commerciale Cinématographique (CICC) [fr]
Fono Roma [it]
Franco London Films [fr]
Francos Films [fr]
Gloria-Film GmbH [de]

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors


Release Date
(France) - 8 December 1964
(West Germany) - 18 December 1964
(Finland) - 19 February 1965
(Denmark) - 17 March 1965
(Turkey) - April 1965

Running Time


1650s, 17th-century, accused-of-witchcraft, adventurer, based-on-novel, bastille, bishop, bordeaux-the-wine, castle, character-name-in-title, conspiracy, convent, court-intrigue, duel, facial-scar, female-nudity, female-protagonist, french-court, gold, gold-ore, inquisition, jesuit-priest, king-louis-xiv, king-of-france, limp,

Technical Support
LAB:Laboratoires LTC, St. Cloud, France
MET:3171 m - (Italy)
OFM:35 mm
PFM:35 mm
RAT:2.35 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Alberti, Guido as [Le grand Mathieu]
  2. Barsacq, Yves as [Le procureur Fallot] <20>
  3. Bolo, Pierre as [Le professeur juré]
  4. Castaldi, Jean-Pierre as [Un courtisan]
  5. Castelot, Jacques as [L'archevêque de Toulouse] <19>
  6. Cogan, Henri as [Cul-de-Bois] <21>
  7. Dagnant, Albert as [Le fugitif]
  8. Diamant, Dominique as [L'ouvrier témoin]
  9. Gemma, Giuliano as [Nicolas] <5>
  10. Giraud, Claude (I) as [Philippe de Plessis-Bellieres] <4>
  11. Guéret, Georges as (uncredited)
  12. Hatet, Pierre as [Le chevalier de Germontaz] <24>
  13. Hilling, Jacques as [Molines] <25>
  14. Hoffmann, Robert (I) as [Chevalier de Lorraine] <26>
  15. Hossein, Robert as [Jeoffrey de Peyrac] <2>
  16. La Jarrige, Bernard as (as Bernard Lajarrige) [Le baron de Monteloup] <27>
  17. Lemaire, Philippe (I) as [De Vardes] <11>
  18. Lemaître, Patrick as [Flipot]
  19. Maistre, François as [Le prince de Condé] <13>
  20. Marquand, Serge as [Jactance] <28>
  21. Meunier, Gaston as [Un courtisan]
  22. Mignot, Jacques as [Raymond de Monteloup] <29>
  23. Münzer, Michael as [Un truand] <30>
  24. Ozenne, Jean as [Le marquis de Plessis-Bellières] <12>
  25. Porte, Robert (II) as [Monsieur] <14>
  26. Regnier, Charles as [Conan Becher] <6>
  27. Rignault, Alexandre as [Guillaume Lützen] <32>
  28. Roberto (I) as [Barcarole] <33>
  29. Rochefort, Jean as [Desgrez] <3>
  30. Rouyer, André as [Clément Tonnel] <34>
  31. Ré, Michel de as
  32. Salem, Black as [Kouassi-Bâ] <35>
  33. Toja, Jacques as [Louis XIV] <7>
  34. Topart, Jean as [Bourié] <9>
  35. Vernier, Claude as [Le président du tribunal] <36>
  36. Vital, Geymond as [Le père Kirscher]
  37. Woringer, Bernard as [Bernard D'Andijos] <10>
  38. Athana, Claire as [La reine Marie Thérèse]
  39. Bahl, Ellen as
  40. Charrier, Nicole as
  41. Choureau, Etchika as [Hortense] <15>
  42. Clarence, Catherine as
  43. Coste, Sylvie as [L'amie de' carmencita] <22>
  44. Dehelly, Paula as [La domestique des Monteloup] <23>
  45. Ercy, Elizabeth as [Rosine]
  46. Ewert, Renate as [Margot] <17>
  47. Fontanel, Geneviève as [Carmencita] <18>
  48. Lebeau, Madeleine as [La Grande Demoiselle] <8>
  49. Mercier, Michèle as [Angélique Sancé de Monteloup] <1>
  50. Mottet, Elisabeth as (uncredited) [Teenager]
  51. Neri, Rosalba as [La Polak] <31>
  52. Noblecourt, Noëlle as (uncredited) [Margot]
  53. Provence, Denise as [Barbe] <16>
  54. Semand, Britt as
  55. Vanesco, Clo as


  1. Adventure
  2. History
  3. Romance

Full Plot

In this first part of the Anglique cycle, set in Mid-17th century France under the young Sun King Louis XIV, still struggling for his throne, while beggars and brigands roam the country, Anglique de Sanc de Monteloup, fifth child of an impoverished country nobleman in the Poitou marshlands, expected to struggle for a meager subsistence, educated in a nunnery, is betrothed at 17 to Joffrey de Peyrac, the 12 years older rich but cripple Comte de (count of) Peyrac de Morens and seigneur (Lord) of Toulouse, scarred in the face and said to be a sorcerer, in fact practicing oriental mining techniques which make his vast fortune. For the sake of her family, Anglique reluctantly agrees to the match but refuses the advances of her husband, who does not enforce his conjugal rights, wishing only to win her heart. As Angelique gradually discovers virtuous Peyrac's remarkable talents as scientist, musician and philosopher, she falls passionately in love with him. Joffrey's unusual way of life is threatened by the ambitious Archbishop of Toulouse, and soon the jealous young king Louis XIV: Joffrey is arrested for 'sorcery'. Anglique single-handedly faces the royal court, surviving murder and poison attempts on herself in a fruitless effort to save Joffrey from the stake. Intent on revenge and survival on her own, Anglique desperately joins the dark Paris underworld, finding it now ruled by her youth friend, farmer's son Nicolas, whose true love she had forsaken for her arranged marriage. KGF Vissers Plot not found

Movie Certificate

T (Italy)
NC-16 (Singapore)
K-16 (Finland)
L (Iceland)
12 (West Germany)

Music Composers

  1. Magne, Michel


  1. Persin, Henri

Dress Designers

  1. Delamare, Rosine


Lionsgate Home Entertainment [us] - (2008) (USA) (DVD)
S.N. Prodis [fr] - (1964) (France) (theatrical)


  1. Balducci, Richard (unit publicist)
  2. Betti, Fiorella (voice dubbing: Rosalba Neri) (Italian version) (uncredited)
  3. Chevereau, Robert (production administrator)
  4. Hargous, Lily (script supervisor)

Other Titles

  1. Angelica (1964) (ENG)

  2. Angélique (1964) (ENG)

  3. Angélique (1964) (ENG)

  4. Angélique (1964) (ENG)
    (West Germany)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Pérouges, Ain, Rhône-Alpes, France
  2. Abbaye de Fontenay, Montbard, Côte-d'Or, France - (convent)
  3. Marigny-le-Cahouët, Côte-d'Or, France - (castle, as Sancé)
  4. Cinecittà Studios, Cinecittà, Rome, Lazio, Italy - (studio)
  5. Château de Tanlay, Tanlay, Yonne, France
  6. Studios de Boulogne-Billancourt/SFP - 2 Rue de Silly, Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France - (studio)


- Italian censorship visa # 44361 delivered on 18-12-1964.