- Rimsky, Nicolas
- (1886, Warsaw, Poland - January 19, 1942, Paris, France)He made his stage debut as an actor at age twelve and entered films in 1916 (Zhenshchina s kinzhalom, Yakov Protzanov). In 1920, he joined the Ermolïeff theatrical company in Crimea and followed the group when he settled in Paris. He resumed his film acting career in France, working mostly with Russian immigrants (Viatcheslav / Victor Tourjansky, Alexandre Volkoff, Serge Nadejdine). He co-directed several films in which he co-starred.Filmography◘ Le Nègre blanc (co-director with Henry Wul-schleger; also adapter, actor)◘ Paris en Cinq Jours (co-director with Pièrre Colombier; also adapter, actor)◘ Jim la Houlette, Roi des Voleurs (co-director with Roger Lion; also actor)1927 ◘ Le Chasseur de chez Maxim's (co-director with Roger Lion; also actor)1931 ◘ Pas sur la Bouche (also actor)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.