Most Popular Titles With Paul Grimault
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1. L'Atalante (1934)
Not Rated | 89 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Newly married couple Juliette and a ship captain Jean struggle through marriage as they travel on the L'atalante along with the captain's first mate Le père Jules and a cabin boy.
2. The King and the Mockingbird (1980)
83 min | Animation, Family, Fantasy
A chimney sweep and a shepherdess seek to escape from the clutches of a tyrannical king.
Votes: 3,254 | Gross: $0.03M
3. The Lower Depths (1936)
Approved | 90 min | Crime, Drama, Romance
A charismatic thief makes friends with a bankrupt baron who comes to live in the thief's slum. Meanwhile the thief seeks the love of a young woman, who is held emotionally captive by her slumlord family.
4. The Crime of Monsieur Lange (1936)
77 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama
A man and a woman arrive in a cafe-hotel near the belgian frontier. The customers recognize the man from the police's description. His name is Amedee Lange, he murdered Batala in Paris. His... See full summary »
5. Turning Table (1988)
80 min | Animation, Biography, Comedy
While working at his editing table cartoon maker Paul Grimault is visited by a little clown, the star of his movie "Le Roi et l'Oiseau". Paul, who is delighted, shows his guest several ... See full summary »
6. The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird (1952)
63 min | Animation, Comedy, Fantasy
A chimney sweep and his beloved shepherdess are aided by Wonderbird in their escape from a ruthless dictator
8. Mourir à Madrid (1963)
85 min | Documentary
To Die in Madrid (French: Mourir à Madrid) is a 1963 French documentary film about the Spanish Civil War, directed by Frédéric Rossif. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
11. L'hôtel du libre échange (1934)
95 min | Comedy
There's never a dull moment at the Hôtel du Libre Echange. Deceptions, hitches and other misunderstandings make a few people mingle whereas, for their own sake, they should not. An example ... See full summary »