Hugon, André


Hugon, André
(Jean Hugon / December 17, 1886, Algiers, Algeria-August 22, 1960, Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, France)
   A former film journalist for Paris-Midi, Excelsior, and Le Temps, he launched an illustrated movie magazine, Cinéma-Théâtre, in 1918. He wrote several novels before being hired by Pathé as a screenwriter (1912 Rigadin Défenseur de la vertu, Georges Monca). A film director since 1913, he joined the SPCA (Section Photographique et Cinématographique des Armées, the cinematographic and photographic section of the army) in 1916. He produced most of his films and a few others (1945 Le Père Serge, Lucien Gasnier-Raymond; 1947 Monsieur de Falindor, René Le Hénaff; Le Village de la Colère, Raoul André; 1948 Fiacre 13, also technical cooperation, two parts: "Le Crime", "Le Châtiment", Raoul André; L'Assassin est à l'Ecoute, Raoul André). In 1929, he directed the first French talking picture (Les Trois Masques).
 Filmography
        ◘ Le Lys d'Or (short)
        ◘ Mademoiselle Etchiko (short)
        ◘ Le Châtiment d'un Espion (short; also screenwriter)
        ◘ Cousine (short)
        ◘ Deux Coups classiques (short; also screenwriter)
        ◘ Le Rapt (short; also screenwriter)
        ◘ Chignon d'Or / USA: The Gold Chignon (short)
        ◘ Les Rapaces (short; also screenwriter)
        ◘ Beauté fatale
        ◘ Fleur de Paris (co-director with Louis Paglieri)
        ◘ Le Masque du Vice
        ◘ Minne
        ◘ Sous la Menace
        ◘ Sous les Phares (also screenwriter)
1917 ◘ L'Angoisse (also screenwriter, producer)
        ◘ Le Bonheur qui revient (short)
        ◘ Chacals (also producer)
        ◘ Mariage d'Amour
        ◘ Mistinguett Détective (also actor)
        ◘ Requins
        ◘ Lertiges
1918 ◘ Johannes, Fils de Johannes (co-director with Louis Paglieri; also adapter, producer)
        ◘ Mademoiselle Chiffon / Mam'zelle Chiffon (also screenwriter, producer)
1920 ◘ Jacques Landauze (also co-screenwriter, producer)
        ◘ Les Chères Images (also producer)
1921 ◘ La Preuve (also producer)
        ◘ Lille de Rien / La Lumière sous la Neige (also screenwriter)
        ◘ Rose de Grenade
1922 ◘ Le Roi de Camargue (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
        ◘ Les Deux Pigeons
        ◘ Le Diamant noir / UK: The Black Diamond (two episodes: "Le Calvaire d'une Innocente", "L'Amour rédempteur"; also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
1923 ◘ Notre-Dame d'Amour (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
        ◘ Le Petit Chose (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
        ◘ La Rue du Pavé d'Amour (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
1924 ◘ La Gitanilla (also producer)
        ◘ L'Arriviste (also producer)
        ◘ La Princesse aux Clowns (shot in double version, French and American)
        ◘ La Réponse du Destin (also producer; the film was released without director's name; shot in 1924)
        ◘ Yasmina (also producer)
        ◘ La Vestale du Gange / USA: The Temple of Shadows (also producer)
        ◘ La Grande Passion (also producer)
        ◘ La Marche nuptiale (also producer)
        ◘ Lévy et Cie (also producer)
        ◘ La Tendresse (also producer)
        ◘ La Femme et le Rossignol (also producer)
        ◘ Le Marchand de Sable
        ◘ La Croix du Sud (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist)
        ◘ Les Galeries Lévy et Cie (also screenwriter, dialogist, producer, lyricist)
        ◘ Maurin des Maures (also producer)
        ◘ Si tu veux (also screenwriter, dialogist, producer)
1933 ◘ L'Illustre Maurin (also producer)
        ◘ Les Vingt-Huit Jours de Clairette (also producer)
        ◘ Boubouroche (medium-length; also producer)
        ◘ Le Gros Lot de Cornembuis (medium-length; also producer)
        ◘ La Paix chez soi (short; also producer)
        ◘ Chourinette (also producer)
        ◘ Lamille nombreuse (also producer)
        ◘ Gangster malgré lui (also producer)
        ◘ Gaspard de Besse / USA: Dawn over France (also producer)
        ◘ Moïse et Salomon Parfumeurs (also producer)
        ◘ La Carte forcée (short; also producer)
        ◘ La Main passe (medium-length; also producer)
        ◘ Le Piment (short; also producer)
        ◘ Un Coup de Veine (short)
1936 ◘ Romarin (also screenwriter, dialogist, producer)
        ◘ Les Mariages de Mlle Lévy (also producer)
        ◘ Le Faiseur / USA: Mercadet (also producer)
        ◘ Une Femme par Intérim (medium-length; also producer)
1937 ◘ Sarati le Terrible (also producer)
        ◘ Monsieur Bégonia (also producer)
        ◘ Le Réserviste improvisé (medium-length; also producer)
1938 ◘ La Rue sans Joie (also producer, composer)
        ◘ Le Héros de la Marne / USA: Heroes of the Marne (also original novel, screenwriter, adapter, dialogist, producer)
        ◘ L'Héritage d'Onésime (short)
1939 ◘ Moulin Rouge (also co-screenwriter, producer)
        ◘ Un de la Lune (short; also producer)
        ◘ Trois Argentins à Montmartre (also producer)
        ◘ Chambre 13 (also co-screenwriter, shot in 1940)
        ◘ La Sévillane / Danza del fuego (also screenwriter; France / Spain; shot in 1941)
        ◘ Le Chant de l'Exilé (also screenwriter, adapter)
1946 ◘ L'Affaire du Grand Hôtel (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist, producer)
1948 ◘ Les Bienfaits de Monsieur Ganure (medium-length; also screenwriter, producer)
1952 ◘ Les Quatre Sergents du Fort-Carré (also co-adapter, co-dialogist, producer)
        ◘ Les Souvenirs de Maurin des Maures "Coup double" (short, also producer)
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Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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  • Hugon, André — (1886 1960)    Director, producer, and screenwriter. André Hugon was born in Algiers, at the time a French territory. He began his career in the silent film era as a screenwriter for Pathé, where he worked on Georges Monca s Rigadin series (1912) …   Historical Dictionary of French Cinema

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