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Henri Bernstein (1876–1953)

Henri Bernstein was born on June 20, 1876 in Paris, France as Henry Léon Gustave Charles Bernstein. He was a writer, known for Samson (1915), The Washington Masquerade (1932) and Shackles of Gold (1922). He was married to Antoinette Martin. He died on November 27, 1953 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 77) in Paris, France

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Samson Writer
Le bonheur Writer


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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")
 1964 Ocho estrellas en busca del amor (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Tempestad (1964)
 1955 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series) (play: "Le voleur" - 1 episode)
- The Thief (1955) ... (play: "Le voleur")
 1954 Storm (novel)
 1953 Der träumende Mund (play: "Mélo")
 1951 Victor (dialogue) / (play)
 1938 Storm (play "Le venin")
 1937 The Messenger (as Henry Bernstein)
 1937 Dreaming Lips (play: "Mélo")
 1936 L'assaut (play - as Henry Bernstein)
 1936 Samson (play)
 1934 Le bonheur (play)
 1932 The Dreamy Mouth (play)
 1932 Melo (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: "La rafale")
 1920 Elevazione (play)
 1920 La rafale (play)
 1919 Izrael (play)
 1919 Le bercail (writer)
 1919 Israël (story)
 1919/II Baccarat (play)
 1918 La via più lunga (play)
 1918 Der Dieb
 1916 Jou-Jou (play)
 1915 Le voleur (play)
 1915 Samson (play) / (scenario)
 1914 The Thief (play "Le Voleur")
 1913 Geschwister (novel: La Griffe)
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Playwright: "Melo" (filmed as Der träumende Mund (1953)) See more »

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Henry Bernstein

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Fled to the United States shortly before France fell to the Nazis in 1940. While in the U.S. he spoke and wrote on behalf of Charles De Gaulle and served as president of the French-American Club. Bernstein returned to France in 1946. See more »

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