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The Son of Monte Cristo

1940

Dashing Edmund Dantes Jr. (Louis Hayward), the son of the famed Count of Monte Cristo, uses the masked guise of the Torch to come to the aid of his beloved the fair Zona (Joan Bennett), royal grand duchess of Lichtenburg in an attempt to rescue both her and her country from falling into the hands of a determined dictator named General Gurko Lanen (George Sanders) who would be king and force poor Zona to be his queen.


The Son of Monte Cristo is a 1940 in film black-and-white film produced by Edward Small, directed by Rowland V. Lee and starring Louis Hayward, Joan Bennett, and George Sanders. The Small production uses the same sets, and many of the same cast and production crew as his previous year's production of The Man in the Iron Mask (1939 film).

Awards

The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Academy Award for Best Art Direction by John DuCasse Schulze and Edward G. Boyle.< name="NY Times"></>

Quotes

When the spirit of justice is crushed in one country, men will rise to defend it in all countries- Edmond Dant├Ęs, Jr., the Counte of Monte Cristo





Category:1940 films
Category:1940s adventure films
Category:American adventure films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:Swashbuckler films
Category:Films directed by Rowland V. Lee
Category:United Artists films
Category:Films set in a fictional European country
Category:Films set in the 1860s
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Rowland V. Lee , Edward Small

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