Belphegor, or the Phantom of the Louvre is a French television miniseries from 1965, directed by Claude Barma based on the novel by Arthur Bernède from 1927. It consists of four 70 minutes episodes.
|Belphegor, or Phantom of the Louvre|
|Also known as||Le Fantôme du Louvre (Quebec)|
|French||Belphégor ou le Fantôme du Louvre|
|Based on||Belphégor (novel)|
by Arthur Bernède
|Presented by||Jean Topart|
|Country of origin||France|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||4|
|First shown in||France|
|Original release||March 6 –|
March 27, 1965
|Related shows||Belphégor (1927)|
The Curse of Belphegor (1967)
Belphegor, Phantom of the Louvre (2001)
A mysterious phantom appears in the Musée du Louvre in Paris at night. The guards are unable to catch it. A student, André Bellegarde (Renier) obstinately tries to find out more about the strange creature by himself. He seems to be more effective in doing so than the local police led by commissaire Menardier (Dary). Bellegarde does cooperate with the police, too, but he mostly goes his own way investigating Belphégor's activity. A secret society is in the background. Bellegarde in the meantime is involved in two romances and cannot decide which woman to dedicate himself as the case gets more and more serious and criminal and threads meet.
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