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with: title: Captain Blood
year: 1960
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Captain Blood (1960) View the IMDB sheet (new window)
Director: André HUNEBELLE
Casting: Jean Marais, Bourvil, Elsa Martinelli, Pierrette Bruno, Lise Delamare

20 locations found
Schedule Film moment: first scene of the castle in fire of the Marquis of Teynac and scenes of the Northern frontage of the castle of the Marquis de Teynac
Château de Biron
Biron (24540)
24 - Dordogne / Aquitaine / FRANCE
Updated on June 14th, 2008 
Source: a net surfer
Schedule Film moment: during the credits where drawbridge lowers then is raised, during the first scene where the knight of Capestang (Jean MARAIS) overlaps towards the castle of the Marquis de Teynac and after 1h, sight of the drawbridge during the rescue of Gisele of Angouleme (Elsa MARTINELLI) by Capitan (Jean MARAIS) and Cogolin (BOURVIL)
Château de Hautefort
Hautefort (24390)
24 - Dordogne / Aquitaine / FRANCE
Updated on June 14th, 2008 
Comment: The Northern frontage of this castle is in fact that of the castle of Biron in the movie.
Source: a net surfer
Schedule Film moment: known scene of the climbing and the dagger which breaks and scene of the hero who escape with his beautiful on board of a boat
Château de Val
Lanobre (15270)
15 - Cantal / Auvergne / FRANCE
Updated on January 15th, 2009 
Source: a net surfer
Schedule Film moment: short scene of the arrival of the characters in "Castle of Saint-Leu"
Château de Beynac
Beynac-et-Cazenac (24220)
24 - Dordogne / Aquitaine / FRANCE
Updated on December 23rd, 2014 
Source: Nostalnb
Hautefort (24390)
24 - Dordogne / Aquitaine / FRANCE
Updated before May 2007 
Source: L2TC.com
Schedule Film moment: scene where Cogolin (Bourvil) is attached at the edge of a white way and where he is released by François de Capestan (Jean MARAIS)
Lieu-dit "Le Petit Pouget"
Veyrines-de-Domme (24250)
24 - Dordogne / Aquitaine / FRANCE
Updated before May 2007 
Source: a net surfer
Schedule Film moment: scene where Cogolin (Bourvil) made the wandering entertainer with the erudite horse
Place des Cornières
Monpazier (24540)
24 - Dordogne / Aquitaine / FRANCE
Updated on December 23rd, 2014 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene where Cogolin (Bourvil) worries owing to the fact that Capitan will see the Marshal of Ancre
devant le portail de l'église Saint-Lazare
Avallon (89200)
89 - Yonne / Bourgogne / FRANCE
Updated before May 2007 
Source: a net surfer
Grenier à sel, rue Bocquillot
Avallon (89200)
89 - Yonne / Bourgogne / FRANCE
Updated on July 13rd, 2007 
Source: Commission du Film de Bourgogne
Schedule Film moment: scene where François de Capestan (Jean MARAIS), of the top of a rock, jumps with his horse in the river
Rivière Le Serein
Montberthault (21460)
21 - Côte-d'Or / Bourgogne / FRANCE
Updated before May 2007 
Source: a net surfer
Forêt de Fontainebleau
Fontainebleau (77300)
77 - Seine-et-Marne / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated before May 2007 
Source: L2TC.com
Schedule Film moment: scene of the false duel between François de Capestan (Jean MARAIS) and Cogolin (Bourvil)
Cour Ovale du château de Fontainebleau, place Général de Gaulle
Fontainebleau (77300)
77 - Seine-et-Marne / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on June 20th, 2007 
Source: Donatienne de Rochefort-sur-Mer (17)
Schedule Film moment: scenes in "Louvre" where Cogolin (Bourvil) produced in front of the court buffoon his show then in the ballroom where Louis XIII (Christian FOURCADE) dance with the Queen in front of Marie de Medici (Lise DELAMARE) and Concini
Galerie Henri II, château de Fontainebleau, place du Général de Gaulle
Fontainebleau (77300)
77 - Seine-et-Marne / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on December 23rd, 2014 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: at 1h15min, indoor scene in gallery of "Louvre" where Louis XIII (Christian FOURCADE) accompanies François of Capestan (Jean MARAIS) and meet Concini (Arnoldo FOA) and Rinaldo (Guy DELORME)
Galerie François Ier, Château de Fontainebleau
Fontainebleau (77300)
77 - Seine-et-Marne / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on December 23rd, 2014 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: at 1h18min, indoor scene where Cogolin (Bourvil), pursued by Rinaldo (Guy DELORME) and guards of Concini, runs back a gallery of "Louvre"
Galerie des Cerfs, Château de Fontainebleau
Fontainebleau (77300)
77 - Seine-et-Marne / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on December 23rd, 2014 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scenes in the house where François de Capestan (Jean MARAIS) initiates Cogolin (Bourvil) with fencing and where they take refuge
Chaumière des coquillages, forêt de Rambouillet
Rambouillet (78120)
78 - Yvelines / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on December 19th, 2009 
Source: Donatienne de Rochefort-sur-Mer (17)
Schedule Film moment: scenes in the tavern-relay where François of Capestan (Jean MARAIS) find Gisele of Angoulême (Elsa MARTINELLI)
Commanderie des Templiers, avenue Foch
Coulommiers (77120)
77 - Seine-et-Marne / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on December 23rd, 2014 
Source: Donatienne de Rochefort-sur-Mer (17) et Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: night outdoor scene of the appointment of François de Capestan (Jean MARAIS) to get in touch with the Duke of Angoulême (Raphael PATORNI) and his followers
Chapelle Saint-Blaise, Château de Val
Lanobre (15270)
15 - Cantal / Auvergne / FRANCE
Updated on December 23rd, 2014 
Source: Nostalnb
Schedule Film moment: scene of the final duel in the heights of the "Castle of Saint-Leu", among François of Capestan (Jean MARAIS) and Rinaldo (Guy DELORME)
Château de Pierrefonds, rue Viollet-le-Duc
Pierrefonds (60350)
60 - Oise / Picardie / FRANCE
Updated on December 23rd, 2014 
Source: Nostalnb
Studios Franstudio de Saint-Maurice, rue des Réservoirs
Saint-Maurice (94410)
94 - Val-de-Marne / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated before May 2007 
Comment: Pathé-Cinéma studios or Paramount studios before 1939.
Source: L2TC.com
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