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Jean Boyer (I) (1901–1965)

Jean Boyer was born on June 26, 1901 in Paris, France as Jean Marie Joseph Boyer. He was a writer and director, known for Romance de Paris (1941), Chèque au porteur (1941) and Mr. Peek-a-Boo (1951). He was married to Jeanne Dastor. He died on March 10, 1965 in Paris. See full bio »

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(age 63) in Paris, France

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Known For

Romance de Paris
(1941)
Chèque au porteur
(1941)
Mr. Peek-a-Boo
(1951)
Calais-Douvres
(1931)

Filmography

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 1962 Virginie
 1960 Bouche cousue
 1959 The Woman's Confidant (dialogue)
 1959 The Indestructible (adaptation)
 1959 Nina (writer)
 1958 Vines of the Lord (writer)
 1957 Easiest Profession (screenplay)
 1957 Mademoiselle et son gang (adaptation)
 1957 Sénéchal the Magnificent (adaptation)
 1955 La Madelon (adaptation)
 1954 Une vie de garçon (story, scenario & dialogue)
 1954 Town of Bells (scenario)
 1953 We Go to Monte Carlo (screenplay)
 1953 Women of Paris (adaptation)
 1953 Cent francs par seconde (adaptation)
 1952 Crazy for Love (adaptation)
 1952 French Touch (adaptation & dialogue)
 1951 Mr. Peek-a-Boo (adaptation - uncredited) / (screenplay)
 1949 Une femme par jour (screenplay)
 1948 Les aventures des Pieds-Nickelés (adaptation)
 1948 Mademoiselle Has Fun (scenario & adaptation)
 1944 Il diavolo va in collegio (adaptation) / (screenplay)
 1942 À vos ordres, Madame (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1942 Signé illisible (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1941 Chèque au porteur (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1941 Romance de Paris (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1941 L'acrobate (adaptation)
 1940 Miquette (adaptation)
 1939 Circonstances atténuantes (scenario)
 1938 Mother Love (adaptation)
 1938 My Foster Sister (writer)
 1937 Abused Confidence (adaptation)
 1937 The Virgin Bride (writer)
 1937 La chaste Suzanne (dialogue)
 1935 Inspector of the Red Cars (dialogue)
 1935 Antonia (scenario and dialogue)
 1934 Dédé (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1934 La garnison amoureuse (dialogue)
 1933 Un soir de réveillon (adaptation)
 1933 Moi et l'impératrice (lyrics)
 1933 Naked as a Worm (writer)
 1933 Honeymoon Trip (writer)
 1933 L'amour guide (adaptation)
 1932 Kiss Me (screenplay)
 1932 Passionnément (scenario)
 1932 Le vainqueur (dialogue)
 1932 Monsieur, Madame et Bibi (dialogue)
 1931 Le congrès s'amuse (dialogue)
 1931 Calais-Douvres (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1931 Dactylo (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1931 Princesse, à vos ordres! (dialogues)
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Other Works:

"L'École des Femmes Nues" (operetta) at the Théâtre de l'Étoile in Paris. Staging by Max Révol. Libretto by Serge Véber. Music by Henri Betti. Lyrics by Jean Boyer.
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Trivia:

French film director and writer of popular chansons. He was the son of songwriter Lucien Boyer.

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