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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Fanny Trilogy Film Series

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Get the original film, Marius (1931) and Fanny (1932) and Cesar (1936) for 20% off their individual prices!


Marius (1931)
 


Starring Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Fernand Charpin, Alida Rouffe, Paul Dullac.
Directed by Alexander Korda

Print: Black and White
Runtime:130 min
Genre: Comedy


César runs a bar along Marseilles' port, assisted by his 23 year old son, Marius. Colorful characters abound: M. Panisse, an aging widower and prosperous sail maker; Honorine, a fishmonger with a sidewalk stall near the bar; her daughter, Fanny, who helps her sell cockles; and, various old salts. Friends since childhood, Fanny and Marius love each other, but Marius has a secret wanderlust: every ship's whistle stirs a longing for foreign lands. When M. Panisse seeks Fanny's hand in marriage and when a departing clipper needs a deckhand, Marius and Fanny must decide who and what they love most. César, with his generous, comic spirit, tries to guide his son.





Fanny (1932)


Starring Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Fernand Charpin, Fernand Charpin, Auguste Mouriès.
Directed by Marc Allégret

Print: Black and White
Runtime:140 min
Genre: Comedy


Marius has left, signed up for a five year hitch on a ship bound for the Indian Ocean. In his few letters to his father César, he hardly mentions Fanny. When she finds she is pregnant, she considers her options: suicide, to raise the child on her own, to wait for Marius, or to marry Honoré Panisse, the older merchant who seeks her hand. These choices are emotional: to raise a bastard, to trust in Marius' eventual return, to believe he'll want to marry her, to save her mother from shame, to fool Panisse, to give her child a name. In scenes dramatizing Fanny's honesty, she talks to her mother, then Panisse, César, and later Marius, and she makes her choices.




Cesar (1936)


Starring Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Fernand Charpin,
Orane Demazis and Paul Dullac
Directed by Marcel Pagnol

Print: Black/White
Runtime: 168 min.
Genre: Drama
Print Quality: B


Honoré Panisse is dying, cheerfully, with friends, wife, and son at his side. He confesses to the priest in front of his friends; he insists that the doctor be truthful. But, he cannot bring himself to tell his son Cesariot that his real father is Marius, the absent son of César, Cesariot's godfather. Panisse leaves that to Fanny, the lad's mother. Dissembling that he's off to see a friend, Cesariot then seeks Marius, now a mechanic in Toulon. Posing as a journalist, Cesariot spends time with Marius and leaves believing tales he is a petty thief. Only after the truth comes out can Marius, Fanny, César, and Cesariot step beyond the falsehoods, benign though they may be.

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Get the original film, Marius (1931) and Fanny (1932) and Cesar (1936) for 20% off their individual prices!

Marius (1931)
 

Starring Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Fernand Charpin, Alida Rouffe, Paul Dullac.
Directed by Alexander Korda

Print: Black and White
Runtime:130 min
Language: French
Subtitles: None
Genre: Comedy

César runs a bar along Marseilles' port, assisted by his 23 year old son, Marius. Colorful characters abound: M. Panisse, an aging widower and prosperous sail maker; Honorine, a fishmonger with a sidewalk stall near the bar; her daughter, Fanny, who helps her sell cockles; and, various old salts. Friends since childhood, Fanny and Marius love each other, but Marius has a secret wanderlust: every ship's whistle stirs a longing for foreign lands. When M. Panisse seeks Fanny's hand in marriage and when a departing clipper needs a deckhand, Marius and Fanny must decide who and what they love most. César, with his generous, comic spirit, tries to guide his son.




Fanny (1932)

Starring Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Fernand Charpin, Fernand Charpin, Auguste Mouriès.
Directed by Marc Allégret

Print: Black and White
Runtime:140 min
Language: French
Subtitles: None
Genre: Comedy

Marius has left, signed up for a five year hitch on a ship bound for the Indian Ocean. In his few letters to his father César, he hardly mentions Fanny. When she finds she is pregnant, she considers her options: suicide, to raise the child on her own, to wait for Marius, or to marry Honoré Panisse, the older merchant who seeks her hand. These choices are emotional: to raise a bastard, to trust in Marius' eventual return, to believe he'll want to marry her, to save her mother from shame, to fool Panisse, to give her child a name. In scenes dramatizing Fanny's honesty, she talks to her mother, then Panisse, César, and later Marius, and she makes her choices.



Cesar (1936)

Starring Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Fernand Charpin,
Orane Demazis and Paul Dullac
Directed by Marcel Pagnol

Print: Black/White
Runtime: 168 min.
Language: French
Subtitles: None
Genre: Drama
Print Quality: B


Honoré Panisse is dying, cheerfully, with friends, wife, and son at his side. He confesses to the priest in front of his friends; he insists that the doctor be truthful. But, he cannot bring himself to tell his son Cesariot that his real father is Marius, the absent son of César, Cesariot's godfather. Panisse leaves that to Fanny, the lad's mother. Dissembling that he's off to see a friend, Cesariot then seeks Marius, now a mechanic in Toulon. Posing as a journalist, Cesariot spends time with Marius and leaves believing tales he is a petty thief. Only after the truth comes out can Marius, Fanny, César, and Cesariot step beyond the falsehoods, benign though they may be.

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