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Vladimir Pozner (I) (1905–1992)

Vladimir Pozner was born on January 5, 1905 in Paris, France. He was a writer and director, known for The Dark Mirror (1946), Lady of the Camelias (1981) and Another Part of the Forest (1948). He died on February 19, 1992 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 87) in Paris, France

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 1981 Lady of the Camelias (scenario)
 1973 Le lever de rideau (TV Movie)
 1957 Bitter Victory (uncredited)
 1957 Die Windrose (French segment)
 1955 My Child (Short)
 1955 Bel Ami (screenplay and dialogue)
 1955 Bel-Ami Der Frauenheld von Paris (screenplay and dialogue)
 1954 Das Lied der Ströme (Documentary) (as V. Pozner)
 1954 Daughters of Destiny (segment "Elisabeth")
 1949 Le parfum de la dame en noir (adaptation)
 1949 The Mark of the Day (writer)
 1948 Another Part of the Forest (screenplay)
 1946 The Dark Mirror (original story)
 1944 The Conspirators (screenplay)
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 1955 My Child (Short)
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 1961 Black Tights ("Deuil en 24 heures")
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 1977 Fluchtweg nach Marseille (Documentary)

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