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Joan of Arc Details


Director Victor Fleming's final film features Ingrid Bergman as a vivid and luminous Joan of Arc, the 15th-century French peasant girl who led the French in battle against the invading English, becoming a national hero. When she was captured, tortured, and ultimately executed by the English, she was made a Catholic saint. Bergman's Joan is a strong and spiritual figure who proves her devotion to the Dauphin (Jose Ferrer), later to become the King of France. Joan is compelling as she wins an alliance with the Governor of Vaucouleurs and the courtiers at Chinon, leads her army in the Battle of Orleans, is betrayed by the Burgundians, and edicts that "our strength is in our faith." ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:November 11, 1948


Awarded by
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Joseph Kish Best Color Art Direction 1948 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Winton Hoch Best Color Cinematography 1948 Winner
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Ingrid Bergman Best Actress 1948 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Richard Day Best Color Art Direction 1948 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences José Ferrer Best Supporting Actor 1948 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Joseph A. Valentine Best Color Cinematography 1948 Winner
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Hugo W. Friedhofer Best Drama or Comedy Score 1948 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Walter Wanger Honorary and Other Awards 1948 Winner


Ingrid Bergman
as Joan of Arc
Selena Royle
as Isabelle d'Arc
José Ferrer
as Dauphin
Ward Bond
as La Hire
Jimmy Lydon
as Pierre D'Arc
Francis L. Sullivan
as Pierre Cauchon
Cecil Kellaway
as Jean Le Maistre
Rand Brooks
as Jean D'Arc
Roman Bohnen
as Durand Laxart
Irene Rich
as Catherine le Royer
Nestor Paiva
as Henry Le Royer
Richard Derr
as Jean De Metz
Ray Teal
as Bertrand de Poulengy
David Bond
as Jean Fournier
George Coulouris
as Robert De Baudricourt
John Emery
as Duke of Alencon
Gene Lockhart
as George De La Tremoille
Richard Ney
as Duke of Claremont
Leif Erickson
as Jean Dunois
John Ireland
as St. Severe
Henry Brandon
as Giles de Raiz
Gregg Barton
as Adm. de Culan
Ethan Laidlaw
as Jean d'Aulon
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
J. Carrol Naish
as Count John of Luxembourg
Shepperd Strudwick
as Father Jean Massieu
Taylor Holmes
as Bishop of Avranches
Alan Napier
as Earl of Warwick
Philip Bourneuf
as Jean d'Estivet
Aubrey Mather
as La Fontaine
Herbert Rudley
as Isombard de La Pierre
Frank Puglia
as Nicholas de Houppeville
William Conrad
as Guillaume Erard
Victor Wood
as Nicholas Midi
Jeff Corey
as Prison Guard
Charles Wagenheim
as Taxpayer
Eric Alden
George Backus
as English Knight
Jack Gargan
as Peasant
Lee Phelps
Art Foster
as Marksman
Russell Simpson
as Old Man with Pipe
Wally Cassell
as French Soldier
George Zucco
as Constable of Clervaux
Herbert Evans
as Bailiff
June Harris
Art Dupuis
Robert Bice
as Dying English Archer
Stuart Holmes
as Judge Benoit
I. Stanford Jolley
Ray Saunders
Dorothy Tuttle
Allen Pinson
Henry Wills
as Julian
Joseph Granby
as Giles de Fecamp
Minerva Urecal
as Old Woman
Babe London
Victor Romito
as French Soldier
Mary Field
as Boy's Mother
Raymond Bond
as Hauviette's Father
Vernon Steele
as Boy's Father
Hazel Keener
as Peasant
John Epper
as Demetz
James Garner
Alec Harford
as Lyonnel
Frank Marlowe
Greta Granstedt
Julia Faye
as Townswoman
Frank S. Hagney
as Soldier
Albert Godderis
as Judge Tobie
Jack George
as Merchant
Lester Dorr
Arthur Space
as Luxembourg Guard
Scott Seaton
as Judge Edmond
George Dee
Jerry Elliott
Lon Poff
as Guillaume Colles
Percival Vivian
as Judge Laurent
Beatrice Gray
Matt Moore
as Judge Courneille
Bob Crosby
Richard Alexander
as Man on Boulevard
Bob Whitney
Chuck Hamilton
as Jean de Honeycourt
Eula Guy
as Women at the Inn
George Magrill
Symona Boniface
Jim Drum
Manuel Paris
as Judge Chatillon
Hurd Hatfield
as Father Pasquerel
Frances Morris
Clancy Cooper
Eve March
as Peasant Woman
Alvin Hammer
as Court Jester
Everett Glass
as Judge Anselene
Morris Ankrum
as Poton De Xantrailles
George Davis
as Farmer
Herbert Rawlinson
as Judge Marguerie
John Bohn
as Judge Gustinel
Margo Woode
as Woman with Baby
Phyllis Hill


Victor Fleming
Walter Wanger
Maxwell Anderson
Play Author
Maxwell Anderson
Winton Hoch
Joseph A. Valentine
Hugo W. Friedhofer
Composer (Music Score)
Emil Newman
Musical Direction/Supervision
Richard Day
Art Director
Joseph Kish
Set Designer
John P. Fulton
Special Effects
Jack P. Pierce