Marcel Carné (1906–1996)


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Marcel Carné, the son of a cabinet maker, entered the movies as the assistant of Jacques Feyder. At the age of 25 he directed his first movie Jenny (1936). Colaborating with the writer Jacques Prévert, the decorator Alexandre Trauner, the musician and composer Maurice Jaubert and the actor Jean Gabin he became the great director of the pre-war era... See full bio »

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The Adultress Director
(1953)
Port of Shadows Director
(1938)
(1945)
Law Breakers Director
(1971)

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