Madame Sans-Gêne is a 1961 Spanish-Italian-French film co-production, filmed in Eastmancolor and Technirama, and distributed in the U.S. by Embassy Pictures.
The film was directed by Christian-Jaque and adapted from the 1893 play by Victorien Sardou and Émile Moreau. It stars Sophia Loren and a cast of French and Italian players, including Robert Hossein, Julien Bertheau, Renaud Mary, Léa Gray, Gianrico Tedeschi, and Marina Berti.
The 1961 film featured a US$6 million budget, lavish period sets, and costumes designed for Loren by Marcel Escoffier and Itala Scandariato.
Take a look at these pics to see the beauty of Sophia Loren during filming Madame Sans-Gêne in 1961.