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Also Known As: Died: January 12, 1977
Born: November 20, 1907 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: France Profession: Writer ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
La prisonnière (1969) as Director
Stanislas Hassler blazes the development of modern art in his gallery, packed with works of surprising shapes, colours and textures, and where exhibitions turn into media events. Gilbert Moreau is one of the artists whose sculptures are on display in the gallery. His wife, JosTe, is intrigued by the stern Stanislas, who devotes his free time to photography in an apartment that highlights his sophisticated artistic tastes. But besides enlarged pictures of calligraphic samples, Stanislas is amassing a collection of photographs that reveal a disturbed character. So why would JosTe endanger her mature relationship with Gilbert for the morbid observation of Stanislas's hidden personality?
2.
L'Enfer (1964)
3.
The Truth (1961) as Director
Dominique Marceau is on trial for the murder of Gilbert Tellier. The counsels duel relentlessly, elaborating explanations for why the pretty, idle and fickle girl killed the talented and ambitious conductor freshly graduated from the conservatory. Was it passion, vengeance, desperation, an accident? The acquaintances of Gilbert testify, as well as Dominique's former lovers, and her sister, Annie, the studious violin player engaged to Gilbert. The evidence they give progressively paints a more finely-shaded picture of the personalities of Dominique and Gilbert, and of their relationship, than the eloquent and convincing justifications of the counsels.
4.
Spies, The (1957) as Director
A psychiatrist running a run-down sanitarium is offered a huge sum of money to hide a mysterious man in his hospital as a patient. Soon, more mysterious men arrive - spies and secret scientists - from other countries, until his little hospital is taken over by some international espionage ring.
5.
The Mystery of Picasso (1956) as Director
Pablo Picasso gives the cameras a rare look at his working processes.
6.
Diabolique (1955) as Director
A cruel man's wife and lover plot to kill him.
7.
Wages of Fear (1952) as Director
A team of international outcasts risks their lives driving explosives through the South American mountains.
8.
Miquette et sa Mere (1950) as Director
9.
Manon (1949) as Director
An adaptation of Abbe Prevost's classic French novel 'Manon Lescaut', updated to post-World War II France, in which a former French Resistance activist rescues Manon from villagers who want to lynch her for collaborating with the Nazis. They move to Paris, but their relationship quickly turns stormy after they get involved in profiteering, prostitution and murder...
10.
Retour a la vie (1949) as Director ("La Retour De Jean")
11.
Quai des Orfèvres (1947) as Director
Jenny Lamour wants to succeed in music hall. Her husband and accompanist is Maurice Martineau, a nice but jealous guy. When he knew Jenny is making eyes at Brignon, an old businessman, in order to get some engagements, he looses his temper and threatens Brignon with death. But Jenny went anyway to a rendez-vous at the old man's, who is murdered the same evening. The criminal investigations are lead by Inspector Antoine...
12.
The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (1947) as Director
An inspector moves into a Paris boarding house to catch a serial killer.
13.
Le Corbeau (1943) as Director
A small-town doctor fights to survive a series of poison pen letters attacking his character.
14.
Lied fuer dich, Ein (1933) as Director
15.
Terreur de Batignolles, La (1931) as Director

Cast (feature film)

16.
The Mystery of Picasso (1956)
Pablo Picasso gives the cameras a rare look at his working processes.

Writer (feature film)

17.
Henri-George Clouzot's Inferno (2009)
The resurrected footage of Henri-George Clouzot's aborted, experimental film "L'Enfer" that remains one of cinema's "what ifs."
18.
Diabolique (1996) as From Film ("Les Diaboliques")
Nicole and Mia are two very different women, but they have something in common. Both of them are sleeping with Guy Baran--and both of them are sick of his domination in their lives. Nicole is Guy's mistress. Sexy and self-assured, she was first drawn to Guy's magnetism--and then disgusted by his lies and selfishness. Mia is Guy's wife. A timid former nun with a weak heart, she is nearly suicidal over Guy's blatant infidelities, his constant cruel humiliation of her and his arrogant sexual demands. Then one day Nicole and Mia decide to free themselves from Guy's sadistic embrace once and for all. Nicole devises a murder scheme that seems foolproof, but in its aftermath Nicole and Mia each discover things about Guy--and about each other--that they'd never imagined. Then a brash, unconventional detective starts looking into Guy's disappearance. Finally, a terrifying series of clues begin to suggest that Guy may not be dead after all... and he may be coming back to deal with both of them.
19.
Enfer, L' (1994) as From Original Screenplay
A hotel owner suspects his lovely young wife has been unfaithful and is unable to control both his paranoia and his jealousy.
20.
La prisonnière (1969) as Screenwriter
Stanislas Hassler blazes the development of modern art in his gallery, packed with works of surprising shapes, colours and textures, and where exhibitions turn into media events. Gilbert Moreau is one of the artists whose sculptures are on display in the gallery. His wife, JosTe, is intrigued by the stern Stanislas, who devotes his free time to photography in an apartment that highlights his sophisticated artistic tastes. But besides enlarged pictures of calligraphic samples, Stanislas is amassing a collection of photographs that reveal a disturbed character. So why would JosTe endanger her mature relationship with Gilbert for the morbid observation of Stanislas's hidden personality?
21.
The Truth (1961) as Screenwriter
Dominique Marceau is on trial for the murder of Gilbert Tellier. The counsels duel relentlessly, elaborating explanations for why the pretty, idle and fickle girl killed the talented and ambitious conductor freshly graduated from the conservatory. Was it passion, vengeance, desperation, an accident? The acquaintances of Gilbert testify, as well as Dominique's former lovers, and her sister, Annie, the studious violin player engaged to Gilbert. The evidence they give progressively paints a more finely-shaded picture of the personalities of Dominique and Gilbert, and of their relationship, than the eloquent and convincing justifications of the counsels.
22.
Spies, The (1957) as Screenwriter
A psychiatrist running a run-down sanitarium is offered a huge sum of money to hide a mysterious man in his hospital as a patient. Soon, more mysterious men arrive - spies and secret scientists - from other countries, until his little hospital is taken over by some international espionage ring.
23.
The Mystery of Picasso (1956) as Screenwriter
Pablo Picasso gives the cameras a rare look at his working processes.
24.
Diabolique (1955) as Dialogue
A cruel man's wife and lover plot to kill him.
25.
Diabolique (1955) as Screenwriter
A cruel man's wife and lover plot to kill him.
26.
Wages of Fear (1952) as Screenwriter
A team of international outcasts risks their lives driving explosives through the South American mountains.
27.
Miquette et sa Mere (1950) as Screenwriter
28.
Retour a la vie (1949) as Screenplay ("La Retour De Jean")
29.
Manon (1949) as Screenwriter
An adaptation of Abbe Prevost's classic French novel 'Manon Lescaut', updated to post-World War II France, in which a former French Resistance activist rescues Manon from villagers who want to lynch her for collaborating with the Nazis. They move to Paris, but their relationship quickly turns stormy after they get involved in profiteering, prostitution and murder...
30.
The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (1947) as Screenwriter
An inspector moves into a Paris boarding house to catch a serial killer.
31.
Quai des Orfèvres (1947) as Screenwriter
Jenny Lamour wants to succeed in music hall. Her husband and accompanist is Maurice Martineau, a nice but jealous guy. When he knew Jenny is making eyes at Brignon, an old businessman, in order to get some engagements, he looses his temper and threatens Brignon with death. But Jenny went anyway to a rendez-vous at the old man's, who is murdered the same evening. The criminal investigations are lead by Inspector Antoine...
32.
Le Corbeau (1943) as Screenwriter
A small-town doctor fights to survive a series of poison pen letters attacking his character.
33.
Terreur de Batignolles, La (1931) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

34.
The Mystery of Picasso (1956) as Producer
Pablo Picasso gives the cameras a rare look at his working processes.
35.
Diabolique (1955) as Producer
A cruel man's wife and lover plot to kill him.
36.
Wages of Fear (1952) as Producer
A team of international outcasts risks their lives driving explosives through the South American mountains.

Director (special)

37.
Requiem (1978) as Director
A performance of Giuseppe Verdi's "Requiem," taped at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan.

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