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La Rançon d'un trône est un film américain de genre Drame réalisé par Cecil B. DeMille sorti en France le 4 mai 2009 avec Milton Sills

La Rançon d'un trône (1923)

Adam's Rib

La Rançon d'un trône
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Sortie en France 4 mai 2009
Réalisé par
Genres Drame
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La Rançon d'un trône (Adam's Rib) est un film muet américain réalisé par Cecil B. DeMille, sorti en 1923.


Milton Sills

(Michael Ramsay, un mari qui passe son temps à spéculer sur le cours du blé)
Elliott Dexter

(le professeur Nathan Meade)
Theodore Kosloff

(Jaromir XIII, le roi détrôné de Voraldie)
Anna Q. Nilsson

(Madame Michael Ramsay, une épouse délaissée)
Pauline Garon

(Mathilda Ramsay, sa fille)
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