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Also Known As: Died: June 18, 2008
Born: January 12, 1908 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: France Profession: Director ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Marie de Nazareth (1995) as Director
In this version of the New Testament story, Mary, mother of Jesus Christ is the center of critical attention.
2.
Bernadette (1988)
The childhood of Saint Bernadette Soubirous in which she sees a vision of the Virgin Mary and enters the convent.
3.
Pas Folle la Guepe (1972) as Director
4.
Action Man (1969) as Director
A retired, and now wealthy, old crook teams up with an American to pull one last heist job.
5.
This Special Friendship (1967) as Director
"Special friendships" are youthful relationships with homoerotic overtones, and this film explores them in the setting of a strict French Roman Catholic boys' boarding school in the 1930s. The faculty are ever alert, depriving the students of all privacy. When a vulnerable fifteen-year old boy, motivated variously by jealousy, subservience and fear, or genuine good intentions, co-operates with his teachers' campaigns to repress all suggestion of romance or impropriety in his own and others' friendships, he betrays everyone most important to him. Based on the novel "Les Amities Particulieres" by Roger Peyrefitte.
6.
Action Man (1967)
For over 30 years, Fred Rogers, an unassuming minister, puppeteer, writer and producer was beamed daily into homes across America. In his beloved television program, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Fred and his cast of puppets and friends spoke directly to young children about some of life's weightiest
7.
Love and the Frenchwoman (1961) as Dir of "Adolescence"
The seven stages in the life of a modern Frenchwomen are disclosed by seven directors in a comedic way.
8.
Baron de l'Ecluse, Le (1960)
An aging jetsetter wins a yacht in a Deauville casino gamble and takes off on some adventures with his former mistress and some other friends, but at the end realizes that true love has eluded him.
9.
Maigret et l'Affaire Saint-Fiacre (1959) as Director
Inspector Maigret is traveling to the French countryside to visit his friend, the duchess of Saint-Fiacre. She has received a letter recently stating that she will die soon. A few days later she does so by an heart attack, but Maigret does not believe in this...
10.
Guinguette (1959) as Director
11.
Inspector Maigret (1958)
Inspector Maigret is investigating a series of murders in which women are being killed during the night. The killer appears to be a talented, wealthy and happily married man, and as Maigret sets his trap for him, he tries to discover what makes him kill.
12.
The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1957) as Director
Film adaptation of Hugo's classic about a deformed bellringer and his love for a gypsy girl.
13.
Marie Antoinette (1956) as Director
14.
Daughters of Destiny (1954)
Three tales of heroic women who meet their destinies--two of which are based on actual historical characters.
15.
Minute de Verite, La (1952) as Director
On the night of their tenth anniversary, Doctor Rene Richard (Jean Gabin) accidently discovers that his wife, actress Madeleine Richard (Michele Morgan), has been having an affair with a disturbed artist, Daniel Prevost (Walter Chiari)who has just attemped suicide. He confronts her and she spends the night trying to explain the reasons for her infedelity...he took their marriage for granted, he spent too much time at work, he appeared to be attracted to his pretty assistant and yada, yada, yada...in two languages and some badly-dubbed English. Will he buy this? Will they stay together?
16.
Jeux sont faits, Les (1947) as Director
Eve and Pierre are killed independently at the same time. They learn to know and love each other in the afterlife. They get a second chance back in life so they can prove their absolute love. But can they put their pasts behind them ?
18.
Eternal Return, The (1943) as Director

Writer (feature film)

19.
Marie de Nazareth (1995) as Screenwriter
In this version of the New Testament story, Mary, mother of Jesus Christ is the center of critical attention.
20.
Bernadette (1988)
The childhood of Saint Bernadette Soubirous in which she sees a vision of the Virgin Mary and enters the convent.
21.
Pas Folle la Guepe (1972) as Screenwriter
22.
Action Man (1969) as Screenwriter
A retired, and now wealthy, old crook teams up with an American to pull one last heist job.
23.
Action Man (1967)
For over 30 years, Fred Rogers, an unassuming minister, puppeteer, writer and producer was beamed daily into homes across America. In his beloved television program, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Fred and his cast of puppets and friends spoke directly to young children about some of life's weightiest
24.
Maigret et l'Affaire Saint-Fiacre (1959) as Screenwriter
Inspector Maigret is traveling to the French countryside to visit his friend, the duchess of Saint-Fiacre. She has received a letter recently stating that she will die soon. A few days later she does so by an heart attack, but Maigret does not believe in this...
25.
Guinguette (1959) as Screenwriter
26.
Inspector Maigret (1958)
Inspector Maigret is investigating a series of murders in which women are being killed during the night. The killer appears to be a talented, wealthy and happily married man, and as Maigret sets his trap for him, he tries to discover what makes him kill.
27.
Inspector Maigret (1958)
Inspector Maigret is investigating a series of murders in which women are being killed during the night. The killer appears to be a talented, wealthy and happily married man, and as Maigret sets his trap for him, he tries to discover what makes him kill.
28.
Marie Antoinette (1956) as Screenwriter
29.
Daughters of Destiny (1954)
Three tales of heroic women who meet their destinies--two of which are based on actual historical characters.
30.
Minute de Verite, La (1952) as Adaptation
On the night of their tenth anniversary, Doctor Rene Richard (Jean Gabin) accidently discovers that his wife, actress Madeleine Richard (Michele Morgan), has been having an affair with a disturbed artist, Daniel Prevost (Walter Chiari)who has just attemped suicide. He confronts her and she spends the night trying to explain the reasons for her infedelity...he took their marriage for granted, he spent too much time at work, he appeared to be attracted to his pretty assistant and yada, yada, yada...in two languages and some badly-dubbed English. Will he buy this? Will they stay together?
31.
Minute de Verite, La (1952) as Screenwriter
On the night of their tenth anniversary, Doctor Rene Richard (Jean Gabin) accidently discovers that his wife, actress Madeleine Richard (Michele Morgan), has been having an affair with a disturbed artist, Daniel Prevost (Walter Chiari)who has just attemped suicide. He confronts her and she spends the night trying to explain the reasons for her infedelity...he took their marriage for granted, he spent too much time at work, he appeared to be attracted to his pretty assistant and yada, yada, yada...in two languages and some badly-dubbed English. Will he buy this? Will they stay together?
32.
Jeux sont faits, Les (1947) as Screenwriter
Eve and Pierre are killed independently at the same time. They learn to know and love each other in the afterlife. They get a second chance back in life so they can prove their absolute love. But can they put their pasts behind them ?

Editing (feature film)

35.
Belle Mariniere, La (1932) as Editor

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