Good King Dagobert Trailer

Good King Dagobert Trailer (1984)

22 August 1984 Comedy 112 mins

King's Dagobert I intestinal and sexual problems loom large as he survives an attack on his royal caravan then barely makes it to Rome to personally give thanks to the Pope. After he arrives at the Vatican, he becomes involved in the battle between two contenders for the papacy and has to face the machinations of a ruthless Byzantine princess.

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as Dagobert 1er

Ugo Tognazzi

as La pape Honorius et son sosie

Carole Bouquet

as Héméré

Isabella Ferrari

as Chrodilde

Michael Lonsdale

as Saint Eloi

Sabrina Siani

as Berthilde

John Karlsen

as Corbus

Romano Puppo

as Argobal

Geretta Geretta

as La Snake Charmer (uncredited)

Gea Martire

as Philliria

International Releases Dates

France 22 August 1984

United States 11 November 1984

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