#90: LE RENDEZ-VOUS (1961)
At this point in George Sanders' screen career, he was eager to try something different. So he went to France and made a film with well-known director Jean Delannoy. Delannoy specialized in family dramas that had noir-like characteristics and in some ways he's been compared to Douglas Sirk. George was cast in this production as an oil magnate who has a complex relationship with his grown son. George speaks fluent French in the picture and is not dubbed. However, in the English-language version he is dubbed, by another actor-- so go figure! Also, in the English version he is billed first, but he is listed as a supporting player in the French version. The story is based on Patrick Quentin's novel 'The Man with Two Wives.'