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Also Known As: Emil Chautard Died: April 24, 1934
Born: Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: director, actor

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Emile Chautard was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Chautard's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Broken Hearts of Hollywood" (1926), "Blonde or Brunette" (1927) and "Now We're in the Air" (1927). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Seventh Heaven" (1927) with Janet Gaynor and "Upstream" (1927). He kept working in film throughout the twenties and the thirties, starring in the romance "Lilac Time" (1928) with Colleen Moore, the Richard Barthelmess dramatic adaptation "The Noose" (1928) and "Marianne" (1929). He also appeared in "South Sea Rose" (1929), "Morocco" (1930) with Gary Cooper and "The Road to Reno" (1931). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in "Blonde Venus" (1932), "Cock of the Air" (1932) and "Shanghai Express" (1932). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Design For Living" (1933) with Gary Cooper, the Buck Jones western "The California Trail" (1933) and the drama "The Devil's in Love" (1933) with Victor Jory. Chautard more recently acted in the Francis Lederer drama "Man of Two Worlds" (1934). Chautard passed away in April 1934 at the age of 70.

Emile Chautard was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Chautard's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Broken Hearts of Hollywood" (1926), "Blonde or Brunette" (1927) and "Now We're in the Air" (1927). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Seventh Heaven" (1927) with Janet Gaynor and "Upstream" (1927). He kept working in film throughout the twenties and the thirties, starring in the romance "Lilac Time" (1928) with Colleen Moore, the Richard Barthelmess dramatic adaptation "The Noose" (1928) and "Marianne" (1929). He also appeared in "South Sea Rose" (1929), "Morocco" (1930) with Gary Cooper and "The Road to Reno" (1931). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in "Blonde Venus" (1932), "Cock of the Air" (1932) and "Shanghai Express" (1932). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Design For Living" (1933) with Gary Cooper, the Buck Jones western "The California Trail" (1933) and the drama "The Devil's in Love" (1933) with Victor Jory. Chautard more recently acted in the Francis Lederer drama "Man of Two Worlds" (1934). Chautard passed away in April 1934 at the age of 70.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Untamed Youth (1924) Director
2.
  Daytime Wives (1923) Director
3.
  Youth to Youth (1922) Director
4.
  Forsaking All Others (1922) Director
5.
  The Glory of Clementina (1922) Director
6.
  Living Lies (1922) Director
7.
  The Black Panther's Cub (1921) Director
8.
  The Invisible Foe (1920) Director
9.
  His Parisian Wife (1919) Director
10.
  Out of the Shadow (1919) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Riptide (1934) Doctor
2.
 Gallant Lady (1934)
3.
 Come On Marines! (1934) Priest
4.
 Man of Two Worlds (1934) Natkusiak
5.
 Wonder Bar (1934) Concierge
6.
 Viva Villa (1934) General
7.
 The California Trail (1933) Don Marco Ramirez
8.
 Design for Living (1933) Conductor
9.
 The Devil's in Love (1933) Father Carmion
10.
 L'amour guide (1933) M. Prias
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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Chautard began his career on the stage where he reportedly played the role of Napoleon Bonaparte over 1,000 times. Joining films in 1909, Chautard acted and later directed for Thanhouser and World Pictures, he also wrote several screenplays and occasionally appeared on screen. Chautard, the stepfather of director George Archainbaud, died from organ failure.

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