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Marcel L'Herbier (1888–1979)


Marcel L'Herbier was born on April 23, 1888 in Paris, France. He was a director and writer, known for L'inhumaine (1924), Le bonheur (1934) and Sacrifice d'honneur (1935). He was married to Marcelle Pradot. He died on November 26, 1979 in Paris. See full bio »

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(age 91) in Paris, France

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Known For

L'inhumaine Director
(1924)
Le bonheur Director
(1934)
(1935)
(1936)

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 1975 La féerie des fantasmes (Documentary)
 1967 Le cinéma du diable (Documentary)
 1963 Hommage à Debussy (Documentary)
 1955 Le ciel de lit (TV Movie)
 1955 Les fausses confidences (TV Movie)
 1954 Le jeu de l'amour et du hasard (TV Movie)
 1954 Ce qu'a vu le vent d'est (TV Movie)
 1953 Adrienne Mesurat (TV Movie)
 1939 La mode rêvée (Short)
 1938 Rasputin
 1937 Forfaiture
 1937 Nuits de feu
 1936 Children's Corner (Short)
 1934 L'aventurier
 1934 Le bonheur
 1934 Le scandale
 1933 Les Amoureux
 1928 L'argent
 1926 Le vertige
 1924 L'inhumaine
 1923 Résurrection
 1921 Prométhée... banquier (Short)
 1921 Eldorado
 1921 Villa Destin
 1919 Le bercail
 1919 Rose-France
 1917 Phantasmes (Short)
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Founded the Institut des Hautes Etudes Cinématographiques (IDHEC) in 1943. Funded by the French government, the school offered training in all aspects of production as well as in history, theory, and criticism. In the postwar years IDHEC's reputation grew steadily, attracting an impressive international student body including such future luminaries as Louis Malle, Volker Schlöndorff, Nelson ... See more »

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