Joan of Arc (1948) - Rotten Tomatoes

Joan of Arc (1948)

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Movie Info

Ingrid Bergman received a Best Actress nomination as the 15th-century peasant girl who becomes a military hero to the French, and though she builds political allies, is betrayed and eventually burned at the stake.

Cast

Ingrid Bergman
as Joan of Arc
José Ferrer
as Dauphin (Charles VII, later King of France)
J. Carroll Naish
as John, Count of Luxembourg (Joan's captor)
Ward Bond
as La Hire
Shepperd Strudwick
as Father Jean Massieu
Gene Lockhart
as Georges la Tremouille
Leif Erickson
as Jean Dunois
Cecil Kellaway
as Jean Le Maistre
Selena Royle
as Isabelle d'Arc
Robert H. Barrat
as Jacques D'Arc
James Lydon
as Pierre d'Arc
Rand Brooks
as Jean D'Arc
Roman Bohnen
as Durand Laxart
Irene Rich
as Catherine le Royer
Nestor Paiva
as Henri le Royer
Richard Derr
as Jean De Metz
Ray Teal
as Bertrand de Poulengy
David Bond
as Jean Fournier
George Zucco
as Constable of Clervaux
George Coulouris
as Sir Robert D. Baudricort
John Emery
as Duke of Alencon
Nicholas Joy
as Archbishop of Thiems
Richard Ney
as Duke of Claremont
Vincent J. Donahue
as Alain Chartier
John Ireland
as St. Severe
Henry Brandon
as Giles de Raiz
Morris Ankrum
as Poton De Xantrailles
Thomas Browne Henry
as Raoul de Gaucourt
Gregg Barton
as Adm. de Culan
Ethan Laidlaw
as Jean d'Aulon
Hurd Hatfield
as Father Pasquerel
Frederic Worlock
as Duke of Bedford
Dennis Hoey
as William Glasdale
Colin Keith-Johnston
as Duke of Burgundy
Mary Currier
as Countess of Luxembourg
Roy Roberts
as Wandamme
Taylor Holmes
as Bishop of Avranches
Alan Napier
as Earl of Warwick
Philip Bourneuf
as Jean d'Estivet
Aubrey Mather
as La Fontaine
Steve Roberts
as Thomas de Courcelle
Herbert Rudley
as Isombard de La Pierre
Frank Puglia
as Nicholas de Houppeville
William Conrad
as Guillaume Erard
John Parrish
as Jean Beaupere, a Judge
Victor Wood
as Nicholas Midi
Jeff Corey
as Prison Guard
Bill Kennedy
as The Executioner
James Kirkwood
as Judge Mortemer
Herbert Rawlinson
as Judge Marguerie
Matt Moore
as Judge Courneille
Frank Elliott
as Dr. Tiphane
Barbara Woodell
as Woman with Baby
Arthur Space
as Luxembourg Guard
Eve March
as Peasant Woman
James Fallet
as Louis de Conte
Lee Miller
as Colet de Vienne
Leo J. McMahon
as Richard the Archer
Chuck Hamilton
as Jean de Honeycourt
Kate Lawson
as Marguerite
James Logan
as Beaudricourt's Clerk
Robert Bice
as Dying English Archer
Jean Ahlin
as Hauviette
Victor Travers
as Bishop of Therouanne
Bob Burns
as Bishop of Norwich
Mike Pat Donovan
as Bishop of Noyon
Joseph Granby
as Giles de Fecamp
Patrick O'Conner
as Guillaume Manchon
Lon Poff
as Guillaume Colles
Edward Biby
as Nicholas Taquel
Alec Harford
as Lyonnel
Alvin Hammer
as Court Jester
Jack Lindquist
as Beaudricourt's Page
Herschel Graham
as Constable
John Epper
as Demetz
Mary Field
as Boy's Mother
Vernon Steele
as Boy's Father
Wally Cassell
as French Soldier
Art Foster
as Marksman
Minerva Urecal
as Old Woman
Raymond Bond
as Hauviette's Father
Russell Simpson
as Old Man with Pipe
Robert Anderson
as Soldier at the Inn
Jack George
as Merchant
Stella LeSaint
as Domremy Peasant
Manuel Paris
as Judge Chatillon
Peter Seal
as Judge Albane
Vincent Neptune
as Judge Alespee
Tom Leffingwell
as Judge Grouchet
Charles Meakin
as Judge Barbier
Stuart Holmes
as Judge Benoit
Allan Schute
as Judge Etienne
Scott Seaton
as Judge Edmond
Curt Furberg
as Judge Jerome
Albert Godderis
as Judge Tobie
Louis Payne
as Judge Thibault
John Bohn
as Judge Gustinel
Phillip Keiffer
as Judge Haiton
Everett Glass
as Judge Anselene
Percival Vivian
as Judge Laurent
Richard Alexander
as Man on Boulevard
Henry J. Hebert
as Winchester's Secretary
Bill Cody
as English Guard
J.W. Cody
as English Guard
Clancy Cooper
as Soldier #1 (uncredited)
Frances Morris
as Woman at the Inn (uncredited)
Philip Ahlm
as French Soldier (uncredited)
Eric Alden
as French Soldier (uncredited)
Lester Dorr
as Peasant (uncredited)
Jim Drum
as English Knight (uncredited)
Roger Creed
as French Soldier (uncredited)
Bob Crosby
as French Soldier (uncredited)
William Wagner
as Priest in Cauchon's Box/Peasant
Harry Raven
as French Soldier (uncredited)
Allen Pinson
as English Knight (uncredited)
Byron Poindexter
as French Soldier (uncredited)
George Barrows
as French Soldier (uncredited)
Sally Cooper
as Court Lady (uncredited)
Lee Phelps
as Soldier #2 (uncredited)
Greta Granstedt
as Townswoman (uncredited)
Symona Boniface
as Peasant (uncredited)
George Magrill
as English Knight (uncredited)
Gloria Grafton
as Camp Follower (uncredited)
Eula Guy
as Women at the Inn
George Backus
as English Knight
Julia Faye
as Townswoman
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Critic Reviews for Joan of Arc

All Critics (4)

It's too bad that the career of Victor Fleming (Gone with the Wind) ended with this lavishly mounted but static and bloated production, though Ingrid Bergman gives a compelling performance.

Full Review… | February 20, 2012
EmanuelLevy.Com

Disappointing but courageous attempt w/Ingrid Bergman in lead.

April 8, 2008
Video-Reviewmaster.com

Audience Reviews for Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc is lead by a great performance by Ingrid Bergman but lacks any compelling action or drama.

Tom Moser
Tom Moser
½

Bergman's Joan is good but not great. I actually thought the earlier silent Passion of Joan of Arc was far more effective in helping us understand the range of emotions that Joan went through following her calling from God.

John Ballantine
John Ballantine

Super Reviewer

½

**1/2 (out of four) Disappointing and version of the story of Joan of Arc with Ingrid Bergman doing her best to own the role and only being somewaht successful. The main problem may be that the film doesn't date very well. It doesn't seem like a timeless tale, but rather is caught up in 1940's over sentimentality.

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

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