Pouctal, Henri


Pouctal, Henri
(1856, La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, Seine-et-Marne, France - February 3, 1922, Paris, France)
   An actor at the Odéon and at André Antoine's Théâ­tre Libre, he was hired by Paul Gavault, the artistic director of Le Film d'Art, in 1908 and played in a few films (1909 La Grande Bretèche / USA: The Great Breach, short, André Calmettes; 1910 L'EcharpeL short, André Calmettes, Henri Desfontaines; 191I Le Pardon, short, André Calmettes; Jésus de Naza­reth, short, André Calmettes, Henri Desfontaines; La Fin d'un Joueur, short, André Calmettes, Henri Etiévant). A film director since 1908, he became an artistic director of Le Film d'Art in 1913 and helped Abel Gance start filming one of his screenplays (L'Infirmière, 1914).
 Filmography
1908 ◘ Le Curé de Campagne (short)
1910 ◘ L'Héritière (short; unconfirmed; movie directed by André Calmettes or Henri Pouctal)
   La Retraite (short; co-director with André Calmettes)
        ◘ Vitellius / USA: Vitellius and Heliogabalus (short)
        ◘ Werther (short)
1911 ◘ Camille Desmoulins (short; unconfirmed; movie directed by Henri Calmettes or Henri Pouctal; also screenwriter)
        ◘ Le Chevalier d'Essex (short; co-director with André Calmettes; also co-screenwriter, actor)
        ◘ Le Colonel Chabert (short; co-director with André Calmettes; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Décadence (short; co-director with André Calmettes)
        ◘ La Jacquerie, Révolution paysanne de 1358 (short)
        ◘ Le Pardon (short; also screenwriter, actor)
        ◘ Pour l'Empereur (short; co-director with André Calmettes; also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Le Roman de la Momie (short)
        ◘ Une Conquête (short; also screenwriter)
        ◘ L'Usurpateur (short; co-director with André Calmettes)
1912 ◘ Blanchette (short)
        ◘ La Camargo (short)
        ◘ Chaînes rompues (short)
        ◘ La Comtesse Sarah (short)
        ◘ La Dame aux Camélias / USA: Camille (short; co-director with André Calmettes; also screenwriter, adapter, actor)
        ◘ La Femme qui assassina (short)
        ◘ La Grande Marnière (short)
        ◘ Joséphine impératrice / Impératrice et Reine (short)
        ◘ Les Plumes de Paon (short)
        ◘ Pour la Couronne (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ La Robe rouge (short)
        ◘ Le Saltimbanque (short)
        ◘ Le Supplice d'une Mère / Le Calvaire d'une Femme (short)
        ◘ Théodora (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
1913 ◘ Les Aventures du Chevalier de Faublas (short)
        ◘ Claudie, Fille d'Auberge / Fille d'Auberge (short)
        ◘ Colette (short)
        ◘ Danton (short)
        ◘ Denise (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Frères ennemis (short; unconfirmed; movie directed by Henri Andréani, René Leprince, or Henri Pouctal)
        ◘ L'Honneur (short)
        ◘ Lack a un Flirt dans la Mode (short)
        ◘ Gerval, le Maître de Forges / Le Maître de Forges (also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Le Mannequin (short)
        ◘ Le Manteau de Zibeline (short)
        ◘ La Petite Fifi (short)
        ◘ Serge Panine (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Sous le Masque (three parts short)
        ◘ Le Trait d'Union (short)
        ◘ Une Aventure de Jack Johnson, Champion de Boxe toutes Catégories du Monde / USA: Jack John­son's Adventures in Paris (short; also actor)
        ◘ Un Sauvetage (short)
1914 ◘ L'Alibi (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Les Flambeaux (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ La Haine (short)
        ◘ L'Heure tragique (short)
        ◘ L'Infirmière (short)
        ◘ Le Légionnaire (short)
        ◘ Monsieur chasse (short)
        ◘ Papillon dit Lyonnais le Juste (short)
        ◘ Le Roman d'un Spahi (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Un Chouan (short)
1915 ◘ André Cornélis (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ La Brebis perdue (short)
        ◘ Debout les Morts! (short; co-director with Léonce Perret)
        ◘ La Fille du Boche (short)
        ◘ France d'abord (short)
        ◘ L'Homme masqué (short)
        ◘ La Menace (short)
        ◘ Pêcheur d'Islande (short; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Quand même (short)
1916 ◘ L'affaire du Grand Théâtre (short)
        ◘ Alsace (also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Chantecoq / L'Espionne de Guillaume
        ◘ Dette de Haine (also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Le Droit de l'Enfant
        ◘ La Flambée (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)
        ◘ L'Instinct (also screenwriter)
        ◘ Volonté / USA: Will (also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Le Comte de Monte-Cristo / UK: The Count of Monte Cristo (fifteen episodes: "Edmond Dantès", "Le Prisonnier du Château d'If" / UK: "The State Prisoner", "L'abbé Faria" / UK: "Abbe Faria", "Le Trésor de Monte-Cristo" / UK: "The Secret of Monte Cristo", "L'auberge du Pont du Gard" / UK: "The Crime at the Inn", "Les Trois Vengeances" / UK: "The Vendetta", "Le Philanthrope" / UK: "The Phi­lanthropist", "Les Grottes de Monte-Cristo" / UK: "The Grottoes of Monte Cristo", "La Conquête de Paris" / UK: "The Conquest of Paris", "Haydée" / UK: "Haydée's Story", "La Revanche d'Haydée" / UK: "Haydée's Revenge", "Le Crédit illimité" / UK: "The Day of Reckoning", "Les Derniers Exploits de Caderousse" / UK: "The Last Exploits of Caderousse", "Châtiments" / UK: "Villefort's Punishment", "Le Triomphe de Dantès" / UK: "The Triumph of Dantes"; the shooting began in 1914 and resumed in 1917)
        ◘ En Détresse (also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Le Dieu du Hasard
        ◘ Travail (seven chapters: "L'Effort humain", "L'Apostolat", "La Lutte", "L'Hymne au Travail", "Justice", "La Montée du Peuple", "La Paix sans le Travail"; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Le Dieu du Hasard
        ◘ Gigolette (four episodes: "Les Ailes blanches", "La Bataille de la Vie", "Amour de Fille", "Ré­demption"; also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Le Crime du Bouif (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
        ◘ La Résurrection du Bouif (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
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Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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