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Poster of Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc

Release Date: Wednesday, December 22 1948 (74 years ago)
Portrait of Ingrid BergmanIngrid Bergman
Joan of Arc
Ingrid Bergman was:
Portrait of Francis L. SullivanFrancis L. Sullivan
Pierre Cauchon, Count-Bishop of Beauvais
Francis L. Sullivan was:
Portrait of J. Carrol NaishJ. Carrol Naish
John, Count of Luxembourg, Joan's Captor
J. Carrol Naish was:
Portrait of Ward BondWard Bond
La Hire
Ward Bond was:
Portrait of Shepperd StrudwickShepperd Strudwick
Father Massieu, Joan's Bailiff
Shepperd Strudwick was:
Portrait of Gene LockhartGene Lockhart
Georges de la Trémouille, the King's Chief Counsellor
Gene Lockhart was:
Portrait of John EmeryJohn Emery
Jean, Duke d'Alencon, cousin of Charles
John Emery was:
Portrait of Leif EricksonLeif Erickson
Dunois, Bastard of Orleans
Leif Erickson was:
Portrait of Cecil KellawayCecil Kellaway
Jean le Maistre, Inquisitor of Rouen
Cecil Kellaway was:
Portrait of José FerrerJosé Ferrer
The Dauphin, Charles VII, later King of France
José Ferrer was:
Portrait of Selena RoyleSelena Royle
Isabelle d'Arc, Joan's Mother
Selena Royle was:
Portrait of Robert BarratRobert Barrat
Jacques d'Arc, Joan's Father
Robert Barrat was:
Portrait of Jimmy LydonJimmy Lydon
Pierre d'Arc, Joan's younger brother
Jimmy Lydon was:
Portrait of Rand BrooksRand Brooks
Jean d'Arc, Joan's older brother
Rand Brooks was:
Portrait of Roman BohnenRoman Bohnen
Durand Laxart, Joan's Uncle
Roman Bohnen was:
Portrait of Irene RichIrene Rich
Catherine le Royer, Joan's friend
Irene Rich was:
Portrait of Nestor PaivaNestor Paiva
Henri le Royer, Catherine's husband
Nestor Paiva was:
Portrait of Richard DerrRichard Derr
Jean de Metz, a knight
Richard Derr was:
Portrait of Ray TealRay Teal
Bertrand de Poulengy, a squire
Ray Teal was:
Portrait of David BondDavid Bond
Jean Fournier, Curé of Vaucouleurs
David Bond was:
Portrait of George ZuccoGeorge Zucco
Constable of Clervaux
George Zucco was:
Portrait of George CoulourisGeorge Coulouris
Sir Robert de Baudricourt, Governor of Vaucouleurs
George Coulouris was:
Portrait of Nicholas JoyNicholas Joy
Regnault de Chartres, Archbishop of Rheims and Chancellor of France
Nicholas Joy was:
Portrait of Richard NeyRichard Ney
Charles de Bourbon, Duke de Clermont
Richard Ney was:
Portrait of Vincent DonahueVincent Donahue
Alain Chartier, court poet
Vincent Donahue was:
Portrait of John IrelandJohn Ireland
Jean de la Boussac (St. Sevére), Captain
John Ireland was:
Portrait of Henry BrandonHenry Brandon
Giles de Rais, Captain
Henry Brandon was:
Portrait of Morris AnkrumMorris Ankrum
Poton de Xaintrailles, Captain
Morris Ankrum was:
Portrait of Thomas Browne HenryThomas Browne Henry
Raoul de Gaucourt, Captain
Thomas Browne Henry was:
Portrait of Gregg BartonGregg Barton
Louis de Culan, Captain
Gregg Barton was:
Portrait of Ethan LaidlawEthan Laidlaw
Jean d'Aulon, Joan's squire
Ethan Laidlaw was:
Portrait of Hurd HatfieldHurd Hatfield
Father Pasquerel, Joan's Chaplain
Hurd Hatfield was:
Portrait of Frederick WorlockFrederick Worlock
Duke of Bedford, England's Regent
Frederick Worlock was:
Portrait of Dennis HoeyDennis Hoey
Sir William Glasdale
Dennis Hoey was:
Portrait of Colin Keith-JohnstonColin Keith-Johnston
Philip, Duke of Burgundy
Colin Keith-Johnston was:
Portrait of Mary CurrierMary Currier
Jeanne, Countess of Luxembourg
Mary Currier was:
Portrait of Roy RobertsRoy Roberts
Wandamme, a Burgundian Captain
Roy Roberts was:
Portrait of Taylor HolmesTaylor Holmes
The Bishop of Avranches
Taylor Holmes was:
Portrait of Alan NapierAlan Napier
Earl of Warwick
Alan Napier was:
Portrait of Philip BourneufPhilip Bourneuf
Jean d'Estivet, a Prosecutor
Philip Bourneuf was:
Portrait of Aubrey MatherAubrey Mather
Jean de La Fontaine
Aubrey Mather was:
Portrait of Stephen RobertsStephen Roberts
Thomas de Courcelles, a Prosecutor
Stephen Roberts was:
Portrait of Herbert RudleyHerbert Rudley
Isambard de la Pierre
Herbert Rudley was:
Portrait of Frank PugliaFrank Puglia
Nicolas de Houppeville, judge
Frank Puglia was:
Portrait of William ConradWilliam Conrad
Guillaume Erard, a Prosecutor
William Conrad was:
Portrait of John ParrishJohn Parrish
Jean Beaupere, a judge
John Parrish was:
Portrait of Victor WoodVictor Wood
Nicolas Midi, a judge
Victor Wood was:
Portrait of Houseley StevensonHouseley Stevenson
The Cardinal of Winchester
Houseley Stevenson was:
Portrait of Jeff CoreyJeff Corey
Joan's prison guard
Jeff Corey was:
Portrait of Bill KennedyBill Kennedy
Thierache, Joan's Executioner
Bill Kennedy was:
Portrait of Eve WhitneyEve Whitney
Court Lady / Camp Follower (uncredited)
Eve Whitney was:
Portrait of Bert StevensBert Stevens
English Knight (uncredited)
Bert Stevens was:
Portrait of Chuck HamiltonChuck Hamilton
Jean de Honeycourt (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton was:
Portrait of Julia FayeJulia Faye
Townswoman (uncredited)
Julia Faye was:
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