- Feydeau, Jean-Pierre
- (November 30, 1903, Paris, France - September 17, 1970, Paris, France)A former assistant to Fritz Lang (1934 Liliom) and Yves Mirande (Le Grand Refrain), he wrote mainly for cinema as an adapter (1935 Les Yeux Noirs / UK and USA: Dark Eyes, Victor Tourjansky; 1953 La Belle de Cadix / La bella de Cadiz, co-adapter only, Raymond Bernard, France / Spain), dialogist (1936 La Peur, co-dialogist only, Victor Tourjansky; Puits en Flammes, Victor Tourjansky; Monsieur est saisi, short, René Sti; 1937 Le Club des Aristocrates, Pierre Colombier; 1938 Gargousse, co-dialogist only, Henry Wulschleger; Mon Curé chez les Riches, co-dialogist, also co-screenwriter, Jean Boyer; 1942 La Symphonie fantastique / UK and USA: The Fantastic Symphony, co-dialogist only, Christian-Jaque; 1946 Destins, also screenwriter, Richard Pottier; 1947 Coeur de Coq, Maurice Cloche; 1951 Andalousie, also co-adapter, Robert Vernay, Spanish version El sueno de Andalucia directed by Luis Lucia, France / Spain), co-screenwriter (1939 Circonstances atténuantes / UK and USA: Extenuating Circumstances, Jean Boyer; 1948 Route sans Issue, Jean Stelli), and screenwriter (1934 Deux Mille deux cent vingt deux CF2, short, Victor De Fast; Le Coup du Parapluie, short Victor De Fast; 1949 Deux Amours, Richard Pottier; 1952 Une Fille sur la Route, Jean Stelli; Mon Curé chez les Riches, also co-dialogist, Henri Diamant-Berger; 1957 Fernand clochard, Pierre Chevalier; 1960 Bouche cousue, Jean Boyer).Filmography1935 ◘ Léonie est en Avance (short; also screenwriter)1942 ◘ L'Amant de Bornéo (co-director with René Le Hénaff)1948 ◘ Un Cas sur Mille (short; also screenwriter)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.