Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc

(1948)

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Synopsis

In the 15th Century, France is a defeated and ruined nation after the One Hundred Years War against England. The fourteen-year-old farm girl Joan of Arc claims to hear voices from Heaven asking her to lead God's Army against Orleans and crowning the weak Dauphin Charles VII as King of France. Joan gathers the people with her faith, forms an army, and conquers Orleans.

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Rating

IMDB 6.4 (3k)

Genres

Drama, History, War & Military

Runtime

2h 25min

Production country

United States

Director

Victor Fleming

Cast

Ingrid Bergman
Joan of Arc
Francis L. Sullivan
Pierre Cauchon, Count-Bishop of Beauvais
J. Carrol Naish
John, Count of Luxembourg, Joan's Captor
Ward Bond
La Hire
Shepperd Strudwick
Father Massieu, Joan's Bailiff
Gene Lockhart
Georges de la Trémouille, the King's Chief Counsellor
John Emery
Jean, Duke d'Alencon, cousin of Charles
Leif Erickson
Dunois, Bastard of Orleans
Cecil Kellaway
Jean le Maistre, Inquisitor of Rouen
José Ferrer
The Dauphin, Charles VII, later King of France
Selena Royle
Isabelle d'Arc, Joan's Mother
Robert Barrat
Jacques d'Arc, Joan's Father
Jimmy Lydon
Pierre d'Arc, Joan's younger brother
Rand Brooks
Jean d'Arc, Joan's older brother
Roman Bohnen
Durand Laxart, Joan's Uncle
Irene Rich
Catherine le Royer, Joan's friend
Nestor Paiva
Henri le Royer, Catherine's husband
Richard Derr
Jean de Metz, a knight
Ray Teal
Bertrand de Poulengy, a squire
David Bond
Jean Fournier, Curé of Vaucouleurs
George Zucco
Constable of Clervaux
George Coulouris
Sir Robert de Baudricourt, Governor of Vaucouleurs
Nicholas Joy
Regnault de Chartres, Archbishop of Rheims and Chancellor of France
Richard Ney
Charles de Bourbon, Duke de Clermont
Vincent Donahue
Alain Chartier, court poet
John Ireland
Jean de la Boussac (St. Sevére), Captain
Henry Brandon
Giles de Rais, Captain
Morris Ankrum
Poton de Xaintrailles, Captain
Thomas Browne Henry
Raoul de Gaucourt, Captain
Gregg Barton
Louis de Culan, Captain
Ethan Laidlaw
Jean d'Aulon, Joan's squire
Hurd Hatfield
Father Pasquerel, Joan's Chaplain
Frederick Worlock
Duke of Bedford, England's Regent
Dennis Hoey
Sir William Glasdale
Colin Keith-Johnston
Philip, Duke of Burgundy
Mary Currier
Jeanne, Countess of Luxembourg
Roy Roberts
Wandamme, a Burgundian Captain
Taylor Holmes
The Bishop of Avranches
Alan Napier
Earl of Warwick
Philip Bourneuf
Jean d'Estivet, a Prosecutor
Aubrey Mather
Jean de La Fontaine
Stephen Roberts
Thomas de Courcelles, a Prosecutor
Herbert Rudley
Isambard de la Pierre
Frank Puglia
Nicolas de Houppeville, judge
William Conrad
Guillaume Erard, a Prosecutor
John Parrish
Jean Beaupere, a judge
Victor Wood
Nicolas Midi, a judge
Houseley Stevenson
The Cardinal of Winchester
Jeff Corey
Joan's prison guard
Bill Kennedy
Thierache, Joan's Executioner
Eve Whitney
Court Lady / Camp Follower
Bert Stevens
English Knight
Chuck Hamilton
Jean de Honeycourt
Julia Faye
Townswoman
John Benson
Man
Herbert Evans
Bailiff (uncredited)
Mary Field
Boy's Mother (uncredited)
Jack Gargan
Peasant #3 (uncredited)
Everett Glass
Judge Anselene (uncredited)
Herschel Graham
Constable (uncredited)
Eula Guy
Woman at Inn (uncredited)
Frank Hagney
Soldier #3 (uncredited)
Gregory Marshall
Boy (uncredited)
Lee Miller
Colet de Vienne / Townsman / French Soldier (uncredited)
Manuel París
Judge Chatillon (uncredited)
Russell Simpson
Old Man with Pipe (uncredited)