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Henri-Georges Clouzot (1907–1977)


Beginning his film career as a screenwriter, Henri-Georges Clouzot switched over to directing and in 1943 had the distinction of having his film Le Corbeau (1943) banned by both the German forces occupying France and the Free French forces fighting them, but for different reasons. He shot to international fame with The Wages of Fear (1953) and ... See full bio »

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(age 69) in Paris, France

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(1953)
Diabolique Writer
(1955)
(1947)
Manon Writer
(1949)

Filmography

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 2017 La Vérité (Short) (based on "La Verité")
 1996 Diabolique (screenplay "Les Diaboliques")
 1994 Torment (original screenplay)
 1968 Woman in Chains (scenario, adaptation and dialogue)
 1964 Inferno
 1960 La Vérité (scenario)
 1957 The Spies (scenario - adaptation, dialogue)
 1955 Diabolique (scenario and dialogue - as H.G. Clouzot)
 1953 The Wages of Fear (adaptation and dialogue - as H.G. Clouzot)
 1950 Miquette (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1949 Return to Life (segment "3: "Le retour de Jean")
 1949 Manon (scenario - as H.G. Clouzot, dialogue)
 1947 Quai des Orfèvres (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1943 Le Corbeau (adaptation and dialogue - as Henri Georges Clouzot)
 1942 The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (adaptation - as H.G. Clouzot) / (dialogue - uncredited)
 1942 Strangers in the House (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1941 The Last One of the Six (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1941 Le duel (scenario & dialogue - as H.G. Clouzot)
 1938 The Rebel (scenario)
 1938 Bargekeepers Daughter (adaptation)
 1934 Caprice de princesse (dialogue)
 1933 Dream Castle (dialogue)
 1933 Tout pour l'amour (dialogues)
 1932 Should We Wed Them? (dialogue)
 1932 The Last Blow
 1932 Niebla
 1931 I'll Be Alone After Midnight (dialogue) / (scenario)
 1931 The Unknown Singer (adaptation)
 1931 Dragnet Night (adaptation)
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2 Biographical Movies | 1 Print Biography | 1 Article | See more »

Alternate Names:

H. G. Clouzot | H.G. Clouzot | Henri Georges Clouzot
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Personal Quote:

[on the starting point for Woman in Chains (1968)] In Manon (1949) it was the overcrowded train scene. I started with that. And this time I started with the end of the picture, the hallucination, the nightmare. I started with the dream and made the picture for the dream. But it's very difficult to say where an image comes from. You remember the scene in Le Corbeau (1943) where the light was going... See more »

Trivia:

Clouzot,s uncle Henri, the proprietor of a Paris art museum the Galliera, put together what is considered the first exhibition on the art of the cinema, with equipment, designs, scripts, and costumes, in May of 1924. See more »

Nickname:

The French Hitchcock See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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