Sources of the screenshots from Diane

“Dry your eyes, child!”

 

Diane-46

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

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Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

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“I have just learned that I should bear you a child!”

 

Diane-25

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

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“If you cannot trap the bird, cut down the tree in which it nests.”

 

Diane-39

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

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“Is there a reason why I should spare you?”

 

Diane-44

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

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“No! Take it away!”

 

Diane-30

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

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“We do not need your opinion madam!”

 

Diane-16

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

“You dare utter his name to me?”

 

Diane-45

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

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“You expect mercy from a Medici?”

 

Diane-43

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

“Your power is gone! I could destroy you with a word!”

 

Diane-42

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

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A council before the torture.

 

Diane-18

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

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A generous farewell gift to Diane, the Countess de Breze.

 

Diane-49

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Accusation of murder.

 

Diane-19

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Afraid to be a widow…

 

Diane-36

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Between life and death.

 

Diane-35

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine de Medici at the Court of King Francis I.

 

Diane-02

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine de Medici: born to dominate.

 

Diane-09

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine de Medici.

 

Diane-01

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine is about to swoon…

 

Diane-23

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine makes use of her rank with Diane.

 

Diane-06

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine seems intrigued by the torture.

 

Diane-21

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine’s curiosity before the tortured man.

 

Diane-22

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine’s manipulative-like curiosity.

 

Diane-05

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Catherine’s pride before the Countess de Breze.

 

Diane-10

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Contemplating the violence of the knights.

 

Diane-32

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Count Michel Montgomery’s accursed fate.

 

Diane-15

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Disdain towards the mother of all evils.

 

Diane-29

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Gondi’s betrayal.

 

Diane-40

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Gondi’s suicide.

 

Diane-41

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

How to win Prince Henri back?

 

Diane-11

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Internal burn at the sight of Diane and Henri.

 

Diane-14

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Jousting.

 

Diane-31

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Premonitions.

 

Diane-12

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Prince Henri must recover!

 

Diane-38

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Prince Henri’s jewel box…

 

Diane-48

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Prince Henri’s last will.

 

Diane-37

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Prince Henri’s suspicious accident.

 

Diane-34

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Private meeting between Catherine and Diane de Poitiers.

 

Diane-04

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Profound despair of a pregnant princess.

 

Diane-27

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Psychological confrontation between Catherine and Diane.

 

Diane-08

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Scared to death facing the future.

 

Diane-13

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Shocked by her husband’s reaction when she announced him her pregnancy.

 

Diane-26

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Soupçons of imminent danger in the air.

 

Diane-33

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

The beginning of a new face for Princess Catherine de Medici.

 

Diane-50

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

The discovery of a devilish and deadly machination!

 

Diane-24

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

The King is dead…

 

Diane-17

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

The new French royal family!

 

Diane-28

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

The painful mourning of Prince Henri.

 

Diane-47

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

The poisonous apple.

 

Diane-07

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

The shock of Gondi’s revelation.

 

Diane-03

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Would the King have been poisoned?

 

Diane-20

 

Sources

Diane. Directed by David Miller, produced by Edwin H. Knopf, screenplay by Christopher Isherwood, based on John Erskine's Diane de Poitiers, cinematography by Robert Planck, film editing by John McSweeney Jr., music by Miklós Rózsa, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), USA, 1956, soundtrack: English, Mono and 4-Track Stereo, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (Eastmancolor), 110 min.

Cast: Lana Turner (Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze), Pedro Armendáriz (King Francis I), Roger Moore (Prince Henri), Marisa Pavan (Catherine de Medici), Sir Cedric Hardwicke (Ruggieri), Torin Thatcher (Louis - Count de Breze), Taina Elg (Alys), John Lupton (Regnault), Henry Daniell (Gondi), Ronald Green (The Dauphin), Sean McClory (Count Michel Montgomery), Geoffrey Toone (Duke of Savoy), Michael Ansara (Count Ridolfi), Paul Cavanagh (Lord Bonnivet), Melville Cooper (1st Court Physician), Ian Wolfe (Lord Tremouille), Basil Ruysdael (Chamberlain)

DVD found on eBay.ca by Margaux Soumoy

© 2013 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video - Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Company

Series: Archive Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group Collection

Pseudonym of the seller: thisandthatstore267

Source of the DVD: Croydon, Pennsylvania (USA)

Date: 21 May 2017

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

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