BOOKS Bessy, Maurice, and Chardans, Jean-Louis. Dictionnaire du Cinéma et de la Télévision. Jean-Jacques Pauvert Editeur, Paris, France, four volumes published from 1965 to 1971. Boussinot, Roger. L'Encyclopédie du Cinéma. Editions Bordas, Paris, France, 1967 (first edition). Chauville, Christophe (with the collaboration of Sophie Bredier, Ariane Desneux, Stéphane Goudet, Valérie Hamon-Rivoallon, Louis Héliot, Stéphane Kahn, Luc Lagier, Jérôme Larcher, Nathalie Mary, Nicolas Schmerkin, and Claire Vassé). Dictionnaire du jeune Cinéma français: Les Réalisateurs. Editions Scope, Paris, France, 1998. Chirat, Raymond (with the collaboration of Roger Icart). Catalogue des Films français de Long Métrage: Films de Fiction 1919—1929. Cinémathèque de Toulouse, Toulouse, France, 1984. (with the collaboration of Eric Le Roy). Catalogue des Films français de Fiction de 1908 à 1918. Cinémathèque Française, Paris, France, 1995. Ford, Charles. Dictionnaire des Cinéastes contemporains. Collection Marabout Université, Editions Marabout, Verviers, Belgium, 1974. Pinel, Vincent (with the collaboration of Frédérique Moreau). Filmographie des Longs Métrages sonores du Cinéma français. La Cinémathèque Française, Paris, France, 1984. Prédal, René (with the collaboration of Claude Beylie, Jean-Pierre Bleys, Francis Bordat, Sophie Bordes, Gérard Camy, Michel Cieutat, Ginette Delmas, Michel Duvigneau, Gérard-Louis Gautier, Guy Gauthier, Dominique Jules, Anne Kieffer, Gérard Leblanc, Jacques Lévy, Lucien Logette, Anne-Christine Micheu, Bernard Nave, Marcel Oms, Antonio Rodrig, Daniel Sauvaget, Roland Schneider, Daniel Serceau, Michel Serceau, Simone Suchet, Alain Sudre, Yves Thoraval, and André Tournès). 900 Cinéastes français d'aujourd'hui. Les Editions du Cerf—Télérama, Paris, France, 1988. Roux, Stéphane. Dictionnaire des Réalisateurs français. Dualpha Editions, Coulommiers, France, 2002. Tulard, Jean. Dictionnaire du Cinéma Tome 1 : Les Réalisateurs. Collection Bouquins, Editions Robert Laffont, Paris, France, 2007. REVIEWS 1895. Paris, France, 54 issues published by the Association Française de Recherche sur l'Histoire du Cinéma (AFRHC) from 1984 to 2008. To the books and the review listed here, I have to add two essential websites: Internet Movie Database, http:/ (despite some inevitable but regularly corrected mistakes), and the best French movie website, Les Gens du Cinéma, Thanks to the rigor and the vigilance of its founder, André Siscot, and the accuracy of the information provided by his collaborators. Les Gens du Cinéma is an Ali Babas cave for movie buffs.

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