Raymond Bernard Poster


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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 10 October 1891Paris, France
Date of Death 12 December 1977Paris, France

Mini Bio (1)

Raymond Bernard was born on October 10, 1891 in Paris, France. He was a director and writer, known for Les misérables (1934), Les croix de bois (1932) and The Chess Player (1927). He died on December 12, 1977 in Paris.

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Son of writer Tristan Bernard
French pioneer director. Began at Gaumont in 1916 as an assistant to director Jacques Feyder. Came to prominence in the 1920's, after establishing the Société des Grands Films Historiques with the writers Henry Dupuy-Mazuel and Jean-José Frappa.
Studied drama at the age of fifteen and in 1913 he starred opposite Sarah Bernhardt in the stage play "Jeanne Doré", a part written for him by his father.

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