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Roger Hubert

Roger Hubert


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Born: March 30, 1903 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: France Profession: Cinematography ...


Cinematography (feature film)

Angel on Earth (1966) as Director of Photography
My Wife's Husband (1965) as Director of Photography
After thirteen years in Germany, Fernand is coming back to his wife and his restaurant. But since his disparition, his wife as made her life with a norman chef, sympathetic but a specialist of butter's cooking when Fernand cook only with oil!
La bonne soupe (1964) as Director of Photography
An older woman recounts her sordid past.
Lafayette (1963) as Director of Photography
Orson Welles is Benjamin Franklin in this first film dealing with the story of Lafayette, the 19 year old pacifist who takes the side of the Colonials during the American war of Independence. The young man received the greatest honor given to a stranger: to tour the country as the nation's guest.
The Cow and I (1961) as Director of Photography
In 1942, a French prisonner of war in Germany decide to escape to France using a cow hold by a lunge as a decoy. He cross all Germany in this way.
Ein Engel auf Erden (1959) as Cinematographer
Female, The (1959) as Director Of Photography
Adultress, The (1959) as Director Of Photography
Therese has a boring life. She married Camille, her cousin, a sickly haberdasher, fully dominated by his mother (who lives with them). She dreams about passion. One day comes a truckdriver, Laurent... and of course they fall in love. But they will be pursued by fate.
Paris Holiday (1958) as Cinematographer
American comedian Bob Hunter, on a luxury liner to France with French counterpart Fernandel, takes an interest in blonde diplomat Ann McCall while pursued by an even shapelier blonde, the mysterious Zara, who seems to be after something in Bob's possession. But he's only going to France to obtain rights to a new what are Zara and her sinister boss after? The pursuit, amorous and larcenous, continues in Paris and escalates into a full-fledged comedy thriller.
Man in the Raincoat, The (1957) as Director Of Photography
In the absence of his wife, a clarinet player is induced by a friend to meet a call girl, but arrived after a crime. Perceived by some people leaving the scene of the crime covered by his raincoat, he became the only suspect for the police. His only hope is to discover the murderer before is name is mentionned publicly, specially in front of his wife.
Oasis (1956) as Director of Photography
Lovers' Net (1955) as Director Of Photography
He is a French taxi driver in Lisbon carrying the scars of a wife's infidelity that ended in tragedy when he found her with his lover upon returning from the war. She is a French woman in trouble with the law and she has a police inspector on her tail. They fall passionately in love, but because of his past he is not able to trust that she is not using him to escape the police. She must choose between escaping with him and remaining under a shroud of doubt or turn herself in to prove that she indeed loves him.
Reine Margot, La (1954) as Director Of Photography
In August of 1572, Paris celebrated the marriage of Marguerite de Valois, sister of King Charles IX and daughter of Catherine de Medicis, to Henri de Bourbon, the young king from Navarre. But court intrigues would soon undermine this political reconcilliation of Catholics and Protestants; Catherine
L' Air de Paris (1954) as Director Of Photography
An over-the-hill boxer stakes his fortune on training a young railroad-worker.
Les Sept peches capitaux (1952) as Cinematography ("Lust")
A French/Italian co-production with two episodes from Italy and five from France covering the seven deadly sins---actually eight as two of the sins are covered in one episode while a new "eighth unknown sin" has an episode of its own. Gerald Philipe is a wry, flip carnival barker who introduces each episode and then narrates the last episode dealing with the "eighth unknown sin" which is the sin of thinking evil where none exists. The first Italian contribution is "Avarice and Anger" concerning a well-to-do real estate agent (Eduardo Filippo) and his frowzy wife (Isa Miranda), both uncompromisingly selfish in love and economics; the second Italian entry, "Envy", directed by Roberto Rossellini, from a story by Colette, is a glimpse into the newly-married life of an aging artist and his young wife, whom he treats as a chattel and she, consumed by the envy of his talent, friends and even his cat, tries to do away with the cat; "Pride" is about a couple of down-at-the-heels aristocarts trying to keep up pretenses in the face of utter poverty; "Lust" shows the devastating effects of careless adult behavior on an impressionable child; "Sloth" shows the powers above deciding that life on earth is moving at a too-fast pace and they send an emissary to slow things down, while "Gluttony" is a burlesque piece that the reviewers of the day called in bad taste.
La Fete A Henriette (1952) as Cinematographer
Martin Roumagnac (1946)
A small-town building contractor falls for an exotic woman who is visiting the city to seduce a wealthy diplomat.
Thunder in the East (1934) as Camera
Napoleon (1929) as Camera Operator
Napoleon rises to become France''''s military champion in this influential classic.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Children Of Paradise (1945) as Photography
In 19th-Century Paris, four men with very different intentions court a sideshow performer.
Eternal Return, The (1943) as Photography
Les visiteurs du soir (1942) as Photography
Two strangers dressed as minstrels arrive at a castle and are revealed to be emissaries of the devil.
Volpone (1940) as Photography
Volpone, an elderly Venetian, connives with his money-crazed servant to convince his greedy friends that he is dying, knowing that each will try to curry favor with him in order to be named his heir. He is inundated with valuable gifts, and soon finds himself entangled deeper and deeper in a web of lies.
J'Accuse (1937) as Photography
After serving in the trenches of World War I, Jean Diaz recoils with such horror that he renounces love and personal pleasure to immerse himself in scientific research, seeking a machine to prevent war. He thinks he has succeeded, but the government subverts his discovery, and Europe slides with seeming inevitability toward World War II. In desperation, Diaz summons the ghosts of the war dead from the graves and fields of France to give silent, accusing protest.
Jenny (1936) as Photography
Pension Mimosas (1934) as Photography
Fanny (1932) as Photography
After her boyfriend leaves for the sea, a young girl discovers she's pregnant.
La Chienne (1931) as Photography
A streetwalker leads a married man along to make money for her pimp.
Blanc et le Noir, Le (1931) as Photography
Napoleon (1929) as Photography
Napoleon rises to become France''''s military champion in this influential classic.

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