~Monsieur Beaucaire~
~643-226: Rudolph Valentino~
~643-379: Lowell Sherman & Rudolph Valentino~
~643-729: Bebe Daniels & Rudolph Valentino~
~643-748: Rudolph Valentino & Bebe Daniels~
~Plot Synopsis~
The Duke of Chartres, stung by the taunts of Princess Henriette, refuses the king's command to
marry the princess and escapes to England, posing as the French Ambassador's barber. Fascinated
by Lady Mary, he forces the Duke of Winterset to introduce him as Monsieur Beaucaire, but he is
exposed as the barber. After being pardoned by King Louis, he returns to his true love, the Princess

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Sidney Olcott

Written by:
Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland - writer & play
Forrest Halsey - writer

Based on the novel Monsieur Beaucaire by Booth Tarkington (New York,
1900) and his play of the same name (Philadelphia, PA, 7 Oct 1901).

Rudolph Valentino ...  Duke de Chartres / Beaucaire
Bebe Daniels ...  Princess Henriette
Lois Wilson ...  Queen Marie of France
Doris Kenyon ...  Lady Mary
Lowell Sherman ...  King Louis XV of France
Paulette Duval ...  Madame Pompadour
John Davidson ...  Richelieu
Oswald Yorke ...  Miropoix
Flora Finch ...  Duchesse de Montmorency
Louis Waller ...  François
Ian Maclaren ...  Duke of Winterset
Frank Shannon ...  Badger
Templar Powell ...  Molyneux
H. Cooper Cliffe ...  Beau Nash
Downing Clarke ...  Lord Chesterfield
Yvonne Hughes ...  Duchesse de Flauhault
Harry Lee ...  Voltaire
Florence O'Denishawn ...  Colombine
Blanche Craig ...  Ball Guest at Bath (uncredited)
Tony D'Algy ...  Bit (uncredited)
André Daven ...  Duc de Nemours (uncredited)
Brian Donlevy ...  Ball Guest at Bath (uncredited)
Nat Pendleton ...  Barber (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Paramount Pictures

Producer: Syndey Olcott
Original Music by: Hugo Riesenfeld
Cinematography by: Harry Fischbeck
Film Editing by: Patricia Rooney
Art Direction by: Natacha Rambova
Costume Design by: Barbier & Natacha Rambova

Length: 10 Reels
Runtime: 106 minutes
Released: August 11, 1924