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The Son of Monte Cristo (1940) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Rowland V. Lee and produced by Rowland V. Lee and Edward Small.

Academy Awards 1941 --- Ceremony Number 14 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Art DirectionArt Direction: John DuCasse Schulze; Interior Decoration: Edward G. BoyleNominated
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SWASHATHON: The Son of Monte Cristo (1940)

By Caftan Woman on Nov 7, 2015 From Caftan Woman

She's at it again! Fritzi of Movies, Silently is hosting the "Swashaton", a blogathon devoted to derring-do in classic film. The festival runs from November 7th to the 9th. The introduction to 1940s The Son of Monte Cristo takes us to tiny, but proud Lichtenburg, the jewel of the Balkans in 1865... Read full article


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[first lines]
Colonel Zimmerman: Turnkey! Bring out the prisoner William Gluck.
Turnkey: Yes, Colonel.
[opens cell]
Turnkey: Come out!
William Gluck: I thought you were in a hurry to get me in.


Innkeeper: After great effort, I, Hercules Schneider, have found you the only carriage in Pecs. Of course, the horses may not be the best in the world...
Countess Mathilde: Can they walk?
Innkeeper: Oh, yes, Madam!
Countess Mathilde: That's all that's necessary. Point them to Paris and start them moving.
Innkeeper: Tonight, madam?
Countess Mathilde: Certainly, tonight!
Innkeeper: But it's dark!
Countess Mathilde: You don't say. It usually is at night.


Edmund Dantes Jr.: [to Gurko Lanen] I fear your fall will be as spectacular as your rise!


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