Louis Gasnier


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Marines Come Thru (1942)
Director
The Sunset Murder Case (1941)
Director
Stolen Paradise (1941)
Director
Murder on the Yukon (1940)
Director
La Inmaculada (1939)
Director
Juan Soldado (1938)
Director
The Gold Racket (1937)
Director
Bank Alarm (1937)
Director
Tell Your Children (1936)
Director
The Last Outpost (1935)
Director
Topaze (1935)
Director
Cuesta abajo (1934)
Dirección de [Dir]
El tango en Broadway (1934)
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Gambling Ship (1933)
Director
Melodía de arrabal (1933)
Dirección de [Dir]
Espérame (1933)
Director
Iris Perdue et Retrouvee (1933)
Director
The Strange Case of Clara Deane (1932)
Director
Forgotten Commandments (1932)
Director
Silence (1931)
Director
The Lawyer's Secret (1931)
Director
L'énigmatique Mr. Parkes (1930)
Director
Shadow of the Law (1930)
Director
The Virtuous Sin (1930)
Director
Slightly Scarlet (1930)
Director
Amor audaz (1930)
Director
Darkened Rooms (1929)
Director
Fashion Madness (1928)
Director
Streets of Shanghai (1927)
Director
Beauty Shoppers (1927)
Director
Pleasures of the Rich (1926)
Director
That Model From Paris (1926)
Director
Out of the Storm (1926)
Director
Lost at Sea (1926)
Director
Sin Cargo (1926)
Director
Parisian Love (1925)
Director
Faint Perfume (1925)
Director
The Parasite (1925)
Director
The Boomerang (1925)
Director
Poisoned Paradise: The Forbidden Story of Monte Carlo (1924)
Director
The Triflers (1924)
Director
White Man (1924)
Director
The Breath of Scandal (1924)
Director
Wine (1924)
Director
Poisoned Paradise (1924)
Director
Mothers-in-Law (1923)
Director
Daughters of the Rich (1923)
Director
Maytime (1923)
Director
Poor Men's Wives (1923)
Director
The Hero (1923)
Director
The Call of Home (1922)
Director
Thorns and Orange Blossoms (1922)
Director
Rich Men's Wives (1922)
Director
A Wife's Awakening (1921)
Director
Silent Years (1921)
Director
Good Women (1921)
Director
Kismet (1920)
Director
The Shielding Shadow (1916)
Director
The Exploits of Elaine (1914)
Director
The Perils of Pauline (1914)
Director
The Girl from Arizona (1910)
Director
A Romantic Girl (1910)
Director
A Cure for Timidity (1910)
Director
First Cigar (1908)
Director
A Dozen of Fresh Eggs (1908)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Lafayette Escadrille (1958)
Bartender
What Price Glory (1952)
Brother
Night and Day (1946)
Bartender

Writer (Feature Film)

Topaze (1935)
Adaptation
Espérame (1933)
Story and Screenplay
The Beloved Cheater (1919)
Scen

Producer (Feature Film)

The Corsican Brothers (1920)
Supervisor
The Beloved Cheater (1919)
Supervisor

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Perils of Pauline (1947)
Technical Advisor

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Sentence Will Be Pronounced Blanche (Lillian Miles), having confessed to the judge (Edward LeSaint) recalls the tragic events in Reefer Madness, (a.k.a. Tell Your Children, 1936) then draws inspiration from a window.
Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) (1936) -- (Movie Clip) The Evil In My School Educator Dr. Carroll (Josef Forte) goes to see a federal guy (Edward Earle) about the marijuana scourge, who shares anecdotes, cheaper than shooting the scenes, then tries to build rapport with troubled pupil Billy (Kenneth Craig), in Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) 1936.
Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) (1936) - New Prospects Jimmy (Warren McCollum), greeted with gusto by partying Agnes (Pat Royale) is impressed with the (uncredited) piano player who turns out to be a dope fiend, while pot mongers Jack, Ralph and Blanche (Carleton Young, Dave O'Brian, Lillian Miles) conspire, in Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) 1936.
Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) (1936) -- You Give Me The Creeps Assistant pot dealer Ralph (Dave O'Brian) is actually having an attack of conscience over the sentencing of Jimmy, and finds that neither Blanche's (Lillian Miles) piano playing nor reefer itself helps, which is bad news for the boss Jack (Carleton Young), in Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) 1936.
Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) (1938) -- Open, Prologue Opening prologue and introductory talk from Dr. Carroll (Josef Forte) in the low-budget independent quasi-documentary originally titled "Tell Your Children," but best known for the recycled name used when it was popularized as a 1970's stoner's midnight-screening hit, Reefer Madness, 1938.

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