Natanson, Jacques


Natanson, Jacques
(May 15, 1901, Asnières-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France - May 19, 1975, Le Bugne, Dordogne, France)
   A playwright since his teenage years, he won huge fame thanks to his plays L'Âge heureux and Le Greluchon délicat (1926). His theatrical successes opened doors to cinema. He was successively an art director (1926 La Fin de Monte-Carlo, Henri Etiévant, Mario Nalpas; 1927 La Sirène des Tropiques, Henri Etiévant, Mario Nalpas; 1928 La Symphonie pathétique, Henri Etiévant, Mario Nalpas; 1931 Pas sur la Bouche, Nicolas Evre-inoff, Nicolas Rimsky), producer (1933 Pour être aimé, Maurice Tourneur; Cette Nuit-làL Georg Wilhelm Pabst, Marc Sorkin), and production manager (1932 Ma Femme . . . Homme d'AffairesL Max de Vaucorbeil; 1934 Fanatisme, Tony Lekain, Gaston Ravel). A renowned screenwriter (thirty movies from 1929 Anschluss um Mitternacht, Mario Bonnard, to 1955 Lola Montès / Lola Montez / UK: The Fall of Lola Montes / USA: The Sins of Lola Montes, Max Ophuls, France / West Germany), he collaborated (often as a dialogist) on several of Max Ophuls's masterpieces (1940 De Mayerling à Sarajevo / UK: Sarajevo / USA: Mayerling to Sarajevo / US video: From Mayerling to Sarajevo; 1950 La Ronde / UK and USA: Roundabout / USA: House of Pleasure; 1952 Le Plai­sir / UK and USA: Pleasure / USA: House of Pleasure).
 Filmography
        ◘ La Fusée (also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Maître Bolbec et son Mari
        ◘ Le Clown Bux
        ◘ Les Gais-Lurons (French-language version of Paul Martin's Gluckskinder; also dialogist; Germany / France)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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