Armand Thirard


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Brain (1969)
Tech adv for Photographer
Black Sun (1969)
Director of Photography
Guns for San Sebastian (1968)
Director of Photography
Marco the Magnificent (1966)
Director of Photography
Nutty, Naughty Chateau (1964)
Director of Photography
The Liars (1964)
Director of Photography
Don't Tempt the Devil (1964)
Director of Photography
Moderato cantabile (1964)
Director of Photography
Three Fables of Love (1963)
Photographer for "Two Pigeons"
Love on a Pillow (1963)
Director of Photography
Tales of Paris (1962)
Photographer for "The Tale of Fran├žoise" and "The Tale of Sophie"
Wild Roots of Love (1962)
Director of Photography
The Most Wanted Man (1962)
Director of Photography
Time Bomb (1961)
Director of Photography
Goodbye Again (1961)
Director of Photography
The Truth (1961)
Director of Photography
Babette Goes to War (1959)
Director Of Photography
The Night Heaven Fell (1958)
Director Of Photography
Sait-on-Jamais (1957)
Cinematographer
Deadlier Than the Male (1956)
Director Of Photography
And God Created Woman (1956)
Director Of Photography
Diabolique (1955)
Director Of Photography
The Sheep Has Five Legs (1954)
Director Of Photography
Act of Love (1953)
Director of Photography
Wages of Fear (1952)
Director Of Photography
Beauties of the Night (1952)
Director Of Photography
Atoll K (1951)
Director Of Photography
Manon (1949)
Director Of Photography
Man About Town (1947)
Directorecteur de la Photographerraphie [Director of Photographer]
The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (1942)
Cinematographer
Remorques (1941)
Cinematographer
Fric-Frac (1939)
Cinematographer
La Tete d'un Homme (1933)
Cinematographer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

La Symphonie Pastorale (1946)
Photography
Carnival of Sinners (1943)
Photography
Le Patriote (1938)
Photography
La Vie Parisienne (1935)
Photography
Mayerling (1935)
Photography
Le Sexe Faible (1933)
Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

And God Created Woman (1956) - I Brought The Apple First scene, provocative introduction of Brigitte Bardot (as "Juliette") in her star-making role, visited by her much-older lover Eric (Curt Jurgens), and directed by her husband Roger Vadim, from And God Created Woman, 1956.
And God Created Woman (1956) - It's All She Wants Cocksure eldest brother Antoine (Christian Marquand) has found Juliette (Brigitte Bardot) at the town dance, his brothers Christian (Georges Poujouly) and Michel (Jean-Louis Trintignant) annoyed, early in And God Created Woman, 1956.
And God Created Woman (1956) - Stupid Boat! Impetuous Juliette (Brigitte Bardot) has recklessly taken a motorboat out on her own, resulting in a rescue and one last tryst with Antoine (Christian Marquand), in And God Created Woman, 1956, directed by Bardot's husband Roger Vadim.
Diabolique (1955) - Chocolate Soup Conspiring murderess teachers Christina (Vera Clouzot) and Nicole (Simone Signoret) are maneuvering to get the school pool drained, in order to advance their plot, in Henri-Georges Clouzot's Diabolique, 1955.
Diabolique (1955) - Hole in the Nylon The body is in the van, as Nicole (Simone Signoret) buys gas and Christina (Vera Clouzot) parries a drunken soldier (Jean Brochard) in Henri-Georges Clouzot's Diabolique, 1955.
Murderer Lives At Number 21, The - Want To Be My Nanny? Opening scene in this early comic mystery from renowned thriller director Henri-Georges Clouzot, Rene Genin as an inebriate who's won the lottery, Sylvette Sauge as a girl suddenly interested, in The Murderer Lives At Number 21, 1942, starring Pierre Fresnay and Suzy Delair.
Night Heaven Fell, The (1958) - There's Been Enough Misfortune So far we know only that Ursula (Brigitte Bardot, with her ex-husband, Roger Vadim directing) is a French schoolgirl visiting Spain, when Stephen Boyd (as Lamberto) insists on riding along to see her aunt (Alida Valli) and uncle (Pepe Nieto), early in The Night Heaven Fell , 1958.
Night Heaven Fell, The (1958) - The Hunt Is Over French teen Ursula (Brigitte Bardot), arrived in Spain to visit her aunt (Alida Valli), has decided she's in love with the local who got into a fight with her uncle (Pepe Nieto) that afternoon, leading to a romp directed by Bardot's ex-husband Roger Vadim, in The Night Heaven Fell, 1958.
Night Heaven Fell, The (1958) - It Charges Like A Bull Roger Vadim has written and directed his ex-wife Brigitte Bardot (as French schoolgirl Ursula, visiting Spain) into a bullfight, which she attends in hopes of meeting handsome Lamberto (Stephen Boyd), whom we know also has a thing with her aunt (Alida Valli) in The Night Heaven Fell, 1958.
Act Of Love (1953) - I Would Learn To Speak Eskimo WWII vet Bob (Kirk Douglas) on the Riviera, makes a friend (Marthe Mercadier) then, through director Anatole Litvak's odd flashback, recalls Nina (Barbara Laage), Fernand (Fernand La Caux), Claude (Serge Reggiani), Adele (Gabrielle Dorziat) and Lise (Dany Robin), early in Act Of Love, 1953.
Act Of Love (1953) - Truth Is For Peacetime Wartime Paris, Nina (Barbara Laage) who's leaving town, with meek Lise (Dany Robin), to whom she's leaving her apartment, providing she will pose as the wife of American soldier Bob (Kirk Douglas), whom she soon meets, in Act Of Love, 1953, directed by Anatole Litvak.
Murderer Lives At Number 21, The - Like America Before Columbus Both the star, detective Wens (Pierre Fresnay), and girlfriend Mila (Suzy Delair), who's busy pressing an agent (Leon Belieres) to hire her as a singer, introduced here, both newly detailed to hunt a killer who leaves calling cards, in Henri-Georges Clouzot's The Murder Lives At Number 21, 1942.

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