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Paul Armont (1874–1943)

Paul Armont was born in 1874 in Rostov, Russia. He was a writer, known for Love Me Tonight (1932), Un soir de réveillon (1933) and Madame hat Ausgang (1931). He died on March 2, 1943 in Paris, France. See full bio »


in Rostov, Russia


(age 69) in Paris, France

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Dance Fever Writer


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 1977-1981 Au théâtre ce soir (TV Series) (play - 3 episodes)
- L'amant de Bornéo (1981) ... (play)
- Alain, sa mère et sa maîtresse (1981) ... (play)
- L'école des cocottes (1977) ... (play)
 1966 L'école des cocottes (TV Movie) (writer)
 1958 School for Coquettes (play)
 1955 The Purple Mask (play "Le Chevalier au Masque")
 1952 French Touch (play - as P. Armont)
 1951 A Love Under an Umbrella (Short) (screenplay)
 1950 Face to the Wind (play)
 1941 Le valet maître (play)
 1940 Trappola d'amore (play "Dicky")
 1939 Un mare di guai (play "Théodore et Cie")
 1936 The Mysterious Mister X (play "Dicky")
 1936 Abduction (play)
 1935 School for Coquettes (play)
 1934 Le coup du parapluie (Short) (original text)
 1933 Un soir de réveillon (operetta)
 1933 Le mari garçon (play) / (scenario)
 1933 Theodore and Company (play)
 1932 Le truc du Brésilien (play)
 1932 Love Me Tonight (based on a play by)
 1932 Amourous Adventure (play)
 1932 Un chien qui rapporte (play - as Armont)
 1931 Madame hat Ausgang (play "L'amoureuse aventure")
 1929 Baccarat (play)
 1927 The Glad Eye (play "Le Zebre")
 1925 Dance Fever (play)
 1920 The Glad Eye (play "Le Zebre")

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Wrote "The Purple Mask". Lyric Theatre in London, England. Cast: Matheson Lang, Nona Wynne, Alice Moffat, Russell Thorndike, Amy Brandon-Thomas, Frederic Sargent, Alice Phillips, Alfred Brandon See more »

Alternate Names:

P. Armont | Armont

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