Duvivier, Julien


Duvivier, Julien
(October 3, 1896, Lille, Nord, France - October 30, 1967, Paris, France)
   Educated at a Jesuit school, he briefly studied at Lille University before opting for an acting career. He moved to Paris, where he was an assistant to André Antoine and played at the Odéon in 1915. Two years later, he became an assistant director (1917 Le Coupable, André Antoine; Les Travailleurs de la Mer, two episodes, André Antoine; Les Frères corses / UK and USA: The Corsican Brothers, André Antoine; 1919 Tih-Minh, four episodes, Louis Feuillade; 1921 Quatre-Vingt-Treize, Albert Capellani started shooting the film in 1914 before leaving for the USA, and then André Antoine completed and edited it in 1917; banned during World War I, the movie was finally released in 1921; La Terre, André Antoine; 1922 L'Agonie des Aigles, two episodes: "Le Roi de Rome", "Les 'Demi-Soldes, '" also screenwriter, adapter, Bernard-Des-champs; LArlésienne, André Antoine) and then screenwriter (1921 Crépuscule d'Epouvante, Henri Etiévant). A film director since 1919, he joined Charles Delac and Marcel Vandal's Le Film d'Art in 1925. He died of a heart attack behind the wheel of his car in 1967.
 Filmography
        ◘ Haceldama ou Le Prix du Sang (also screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor)
        ◘ La Réincarnation de Serge Renaudier (movie destroyed by fire before being released)
1922 ◘ Le Logis de l'Horreur (also screenwriter, producer)
        ◘ Les Roquevillard (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
        ◘ L 'Ouragan sur la Montagne / USA: The Hurri­cane on the Mountain (also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Le Reflet de Claude Mercoeur / USA: The Re­flection of Claude Mercoeur (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
        ◘ Credo ou La Tragédie de Lourdes (also screenwriter, producer)
        ◘ Cœurs farouches (also co-screenwriter, producer)
1925 ◘ L'œuvre immortelle / Wat eeuwig blijft (also co-screenwriter; France / Belgium)
        ◘ L 'Abbé Constantin (also screenwriter, adapter)
1926 ◘ Poil de Carotte (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)
        ◘ L 'Homme à l'Hispano
1927 ◘ L'Agonie de Jérusalem (also screenwriter)
        ◘ Le Mariage de Mademoiselle Beulemans (also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ Le Mystère de la Tour Eiffel / Les Frères Mironton / T.S.F.—Tramel s'en fout . ..
        ◘ Le Tourbillon de Paris / USA: The Maelstrom of Paris (also screenwriter, adapter)
        ◘ La Divine Croisière / USA: The Divine Voyage (also screenwriter)
        ◘ La Vie miraculeuse de Thérèse Martin / USA: The Miraculous Life of Teresa of Lisieux (also screenwriter, adapter)
1930 ◘ Maman Colibri / USA: Mother Hummingbird (also co-adapter)
        ◘ Au Bonheur des Dames
1931 ◘ David Golder (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)
        ◘ Les Cinq Gentlemen maudits / German version: Die funf Verfluchten Gentlemen / UK: The Five Accursed Gentlemen / USA: Moon over Morocco (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)
1932 ◘ La Vénus du Collège (medium-length)
        ◘ Allo Berlin? Ici Paris! / Hallo Hallo! Hier spricht Berlin! (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist; France / Germany)
        ◘ Poil de Carotte / USA: The Red Head (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)
1933 ◘ La Tête d'un Homme / USA: A Man's Neck (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist, lyricist)
        ◘ Le Petit Roi (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)
        ◘ La Machine à refaire la Vie / USA: A Machine Recreating life (documentary; short; co-director with Henry Lepage; shot in 1924)
        ◘ Le Paquebot "Tenacity" (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist)
        ◘ Maria Chapdelaine (also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Golgotha / UK: Ecce homo / USA: Behold the Man (also adapter)
        ◘ La Bandera / USA: Escape from Yesterday (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist)
1936 ◘ Le Golem / UK: The Legend of Prague / USA: The Golem / The Golem: The Legend of Pague / The Man of Stone (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)
        ◘ La Belle Equipe / UK and USA: They Were Five (also co-screenwriter, lyricist, composer)
1937 ◘ L'Homme du Jour / UK and USA: The Man of the Hour (also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Pépé le Moko (also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Un Carnet de Bal / UK: Christine / USA: Dance Program / Dance of Life / Life Dances On (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)
        ◘ The Great Waltz (co-director with Victor Flem­ing, Josef Von Sternberg; USA)
        ◘ La Fin du Jour / UK: The End of a Day / USA: The End of the Day (also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ La Charrette Fantôme / USA: The Phantom Wagon (also screenwriter, adapter)
1941 ◘ Lydia / UK: Illusions (also co-screenwriter; USA)
        ◘ Tales of Manhattan (also co-screenwriter; USA)
        ◘ Flesh and Fantasy / UK: Six Destinies (also producer; USA)
1944 ◘ The Impostor / Strange Confession / Bayonet Charge (also producer; USA)
        ◘ Destiny (uncredited co-director with Reginald Le Borg; also producer; USA)
        ◘ Untel Père et Fils / UK: The Heart of a Nation / USA: Immortal France (also co-screenwriter; shot in 1940)
        ◘ Panique / USA: Panic (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)
        ◘ Anna Karenina / Tolstoy's Anna Karenina (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter; UK)
        ◘ Au Royaume des Cieux / UK: The Sinners / USA: Woman Hunt (also screenwriter, adapter, producer)
        ◘ Captain Blackjack / Black Jack / Jack el Negro (co-director with José Antonio Nieves Conde; also co-screenwriter, producer; USA / UK / France / Spain)
        ◘ Sous le Ciel de Paris / USA: Under the Paris Sky (also screenwriter, co-adapter)
1952 ◘ Le Petit Monde de Don Camillo / Il piccolo mondo di Don Camillo / UK: Don Camillo / USA: The Little World of Don Camillo (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist; France / Italy)
        ◘ La Fête à Henriette / UK: Henriette / USA: Holiday for Henrietta (also screenwriter, co-dialogist)
        ◘ Le Retour de Don Camillo / Il ritorno di Don Camillo / USA: The Return of Don Camillo (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter; France / Italy)
        ◘ L'Affaire Maurizius / Il caso Maurizius / USA: On Trial (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist; France / Italy)
        ◘ Marianne de ma Jeunesse / German version: Marianne, meine Jugendliebe / UK: Marianne / USA: Marianne of My Youth (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist; France / West Germany)
        ◘ Voici le Temps des Assassins / UK: Twelve Hours to Live / USA: Deadlier Than the Male (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist, lyricist)
        ◘ L'Homme à l'Imperméable / L'uomo dall'imperme-abile / USA: The Man in the Raincoat (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, composer; France / Italy)
        ◘ Lot-Bouille / Le donne degli altri / UK: The House of Lovers / USA: Lovers of Paris (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter; France / Italy)
1959 ◘ La Femme et le Pantin / Femmina / UK: A Woman Like Satan / USA: The Female (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter; France / Italy)
        ◘ Marie-Octobre / UK and USA: Secret Meeting (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)
1960 ◘ Das kunstseidene Madchen / La Grande Vie / La gran vita (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter; West Germany / France / Italy)
        ◘ Boulevard (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)
1962 ◘ La Chambre ardente / I peccatori della foresta nera / Das brennende Gericht / UK: The Curse and the Coffin / USA: The Burning Court (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter; France / Italy / West Germany)
        ◘ Le Diable et les Dix Commandements / Le tentazioni quotidiane / UK: Devil and the Ten Commandments / USA: The Devil and the Ten
        ◘ Commandments (seven segments: "Dieu en Vain ne jureras", "Luxurieux point ne seras", "Homicide point ne seras", "Un seul Dieu tu adoreras", "Tes Père et Mère honoreras", "Bien d'Autrui ne prendras", "Les Dimanches tu garderas"; France / Italy)
1963 ◘ Chair de Poule / Pelle d'oca / UK and USA: High­way Pick-Up (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter; France / Italy)
1967 ◘ Diaboliquement vôtre / Diabolicamente tua / Mit teuflischen Grussen / UK and USA: Diaboli­cally Yours (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter; France / Italy / West Germany)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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