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Denise Batcheff (1906–2000)

Denise Batcheff was born on May 15, 1906 in Paris, France. She was an editor and producer, known for La Chienne (1931), Zouzou (1934) and Fantômas (1932). She died on November 23, 2000 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 94) in Paris, France

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Known For

La Chienne
La Chienne Editor
Zouzou Editor
Fantômas Editor
Ladies Lake
Ladies Lake Editor


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 1934 Zouzou (as D. Batcheff)
 1934 Ladies Lake (as D. Batcheff)
 1932 Comme une carpe (Short)
 1932 Fantômas
 1931 American Love
 1931 La Chienne (original version, as Denise Tual)
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Other Works:

featured in the pictorial essay "Mothers and Sons: In Their Own Words" by Mariana Cook. Book (1996)

Alternate Names:

D. Batcheff | Denise Tual

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