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||October 31, 1996
||August 18, 1906
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RATE AND COMMENT
First film as assistant cameraman, Jacques Feyder's "Les Nouveaux Messieurs"
Short film directing debut, "Nogent, Eldorado du dimanche"
Began writing for CINEMAGAZINE; later for HEBDO-FILM, CINEMONDE and FILM SONORE sometimes using pseudonym Albert Cranche
First film as assistant director, "Sous les toits de Paris" (directed by Rene Clair)
Retemed with Feyder for "Le Grnad Jeu", "Pension Mimosas" and "La Kermesse Heroique"
Feature film directing debut, "Jenny"; also first film with screenwriter Jacques Prevert
Directed best known feature, "Les Enfants du Paradis" (released in 1945)
Final screen collaboration with Jacques Prevert, the unsuccessful "Les Portes de la nuit"
Had popular hit with film adaptation of "Therese Raquin"
Directed what was to be his last film, a documentary, "The Bible"
Paid tribute by French film industry which dedicated the Cannes Film Festival to him in honor of his 75th birthday
Attempted to return to filmmaking with an adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's novel "Mouche"; when Carne became ill, the financing was withdrawn