Napoleon of Charlogne (film)

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Napoleon of Charlogne (1964) was a silent black and white comedy film. It deals with Napoleon Capetian, an imposter of Napoleon Bonaparte (played by Bognár Janós) attempting to fool Napoleon's soldiers into thinking he was the true leader. This film also talks about it's plot, which shows the true battle between Napoleon and Napoleon's army. The film was blocked under censorship laws of French colonial government. The film was directed by the Kövesi Zoltán. It was the first Parker film ever.