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Henri Bernstein (1876–1953)

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From 1918 to 1940 all of his plays were produced at his own Paris venue, Theatre du Gymnase and later the Theatre des Ambassadeurs. His anti-Nazi play "Elvire" ran at the latter until shortly before Paris fell to the Germans on 14 June, 1940. See more trivia »

Died:

(age 77) in Paris, France

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Filmography

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 1995 Samson le magnifique (TV Movie) (play)
 1986 Mélo (play)
 1973 Estudio 1 (TV Series) (play "Le voleur" - 1 episode)
- El ladrón (1973) ... (play "Le voleur")
 1955 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- The Thief (1955) ... (story)
 1954 Storm (novel)
 1951 Victor (dialogue) / (play)
 1938 Storm (play "Le venin")
 1937 The Messenger (as Henry Bernstein)
 1936 L'assaut (play - as Henry Bernstein)
 1936 Samson (play)
 1935 Le bonheur (play)
 1932 The Dreamy Mouth (play)
 1932 Der träumende Mund (play "Mélo")
 1932 The Washington Masquerade (based on: "The Claw" by - as Henry Bernstein)
 1923 Sansone (writer)
 1922 Shackles of Gold (play "Samson")
 1920/I The Thief (Short) (play "Le Voleur")
 1920 Raffiche (play)
 1920 La rafale (play)
 1920 Elevazione (play)
 1919 Le bercail (writer)
 1919 Israël (story)
 1918 La via più lunga (play)
 1916 Jou-Jou (play)
 1915 Le voleur (play)
 1915 Samson (play) / (scenario)
 1914 The Thief (play "Le Voleur")
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Samson. Written by Henri Bernstein. Directed by William Seymour. Criterion Theatre: 19 Oct 1908- Mar 1909 (closing date unknown/152 performances). Cast: Arthur Byron (as "Jerome Le Govain"), Henry Carvill, Constance Collier (as "Anne-Marie"), Frederic De Belleville, Pauline Frederick (as "Elsie Vernette"), William Gillette, H.J... See more »

Alternate Names:

Henry Bernstein
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As a playwright, he was not known for taking criticism well. Bernstein was said to have participated in twelve duels with other authors and critics, none resulting in serious injury to either party. See more »

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