L'Arlésienne, No. 1

Title: L'Arlésienne, No. 1
Translated Title: 
The Girl from Arles, No. 1
The Girl from Arles, No. 1, A ten-part drama. Directed by M. A. Antoine. Alphonse Daudet, the famous author of "The Girl from Arles." The city of Arles, where the drama takes place. To get to the village, you must pass by the Castelet, a beautiful old farm of stately appearance … Led by Rose Mamai, the lady of the farm, widowed early with two children to raise. (Rose Mamai: played by Ms. Lucienne Breval). The oldest, Frederi, an admirable 20 year old farmer, strong and honest (Mr. de Gravone). Janet, the youngest, nicknamed "Innocent." (Le Petit Fleury). The old shepherd Balthazar is close to the family (Balthazar: Mr. Ravet). On this Sunday Frederi went to Arles and in return he had to bring back Vivette, a young contrywoman who needed the "farmhouse" for haymaking. While passing through the streets, he had a good find, on his doorstep, this little girl from Arles, dressed in velvet and lace, whom he had met in the Arena of Arles one time. The girl from Arles … ( … Ms. Fabris). It was in front of St. Trophyme that Frederi met Vivette. Vivette … ( … Ms. Deliac). Maybe it was out of bravado, that Frederi, on his way back, passed the front of the girl's home. See more on Number 2.
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Translated Series Title: 
The Girl from Arles