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||July 8, 1994
||September 4, 1904
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RATE AND COMMENT
First film as poster designer
Wrote film criticism for "Le Gaulois" and co-founded the magazine, "Cinegraf"
Worked as assistant to director Julien Duvivier and was art director on films by Duvivier, Henri Roussel and Andre Hugon
Film directing debut with medium-length featurette, "Bidon d'or/The Golden Drum"
Feature film directorial debut, "Ademar Lampiot" (co-directed with Paul Mesnier)
Worked primarily in television in the 1970s after making "Les petroleuses/The Legend of Frenchie King"
Returned to feature films to make "Docteur Justice/Doctor Justice" (1975) and "La Vie Parisienne/Parisian Life" (1977)
Directed last film, "Carne, l'Homme a la Camera/Carne, the Man Behind the Camera", a documentary profile of filmmaker Marcel Carne