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Maurice Cloche (1907–1990)

Maurice Cloche was born on June 17, 1907 in Commercy, Meuse, France. He was a director and writer, known for The Eleventh Hour Guest (1945), Monsieur Vincent (1947) and Cage of Girls (1949). He died on March 20, 1990 in Bordeaux, Gironde, France. See full bio »

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Monsieur Vincent Director
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 1983 Dessin sur un trottoir (TV Movie)
 1981 La guerre des chaussettes (TV Movie)
 1981 Le mari, la femme et le cosmos (TV Movie)
 1978 Les hommes de Rose (TV Series)
 1974 Le charivari de Janjoie (TV Mini-Series)
 1967 The Viscount
 1964 FX 18
 1961 Cocagne
 1959 The Coin
 1957 Ça aussi c'est Paris (Short)
 1955 A Missionary
 1952 Domenica
 1951 Images de l'ancienne Égypte (Documentary short)
 1949 Cage of Girls
 1947 Symphonie du travail (Documentary short)
 1946 Coeur de coq
 1946 Women's Games
 1944 Bel ouvrage (Documentary short)
 1942 Traditions (Documentary short)
 1942 Feu sacré
 1938 Piroulirouli (Short)
 1937 Radio (Documentary)
 1936 Mon légionnaire (Short)
 1935 La mauvaise prière (Short)
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French writer/director of the 1940's and 50's, trained at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Began as an actor and documentarist in 1933. Nest known for the highly-rated film Monsieur Vincent (1947).



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