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Jean Manse (1899–1967)

Jean Manse was born on November 19, 1899 in Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France. He is known for Honoré de Marseille (1956), Ignace (1937) and Ne le criez pas sur les toits (1943). He was married to Marcelle Farine. He died on August 25, 1967 in Marseille. See full bio »

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Ignace Writer
The Cow and I Writer


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 2015 French Cuisine (original screenplay: La cuisine au beurre)
 2005 Mes deux maris (TV Movie) (screenplay: La Cuisine au Beurre)
 1982 Ignace (TV Movie) (libretto)
 1963 My Wife's Husband (scenario - adaptation, dialogue)
 1963 Good King Dagobert (screenplay and adaptation)
 1963 The Trip to Biarritz (dialogue)
 1962 The Changing of the Guard (screenplay)
 1961 Dynamite Jack (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1961 Cocagne (dialogue)
 1959 The Cow and I (screenplay)
 1959 The Woman's Confidant (screenplay) / (story)
 1959 Gangster Boss (writer)
 1958 Vines of the Lord (writer)
 1958 The Law Is the Law (adaptation - as J. Manse) / (dialogue)
 1957 Easiest Profession (screenplay)
 1957 Sénéchal the Magnificent (dialogue)
 1956 Honoré de Marseille (screenplay & dialogue)
 1956 Don Juan (adaptation) / (screenplay)
 1955 Spring, Autumn and Love (scenario and dialogue)
 1954 The Sheep Has Five Legs (story)
 1953 The Most Wanted Man (screenplay)
 1953 The Wild Oat (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1952 Forbidden Fruit (adaptation)
 1951 The Sleepwalker (dialogue)
 1950 Caught in the Foreign Legion (dialogue)
 1950 Three Feet in a Bed (dialogue)
 1948 Si ça peut vous faire plaisir (adaptation)
 1947 Attente (Short) (lyrics)
 1947 Irma la voyante (Short) (lyrics)
 1945 St. Val's Mystery (scenario)
 1943 Adrien (adaptation)
 1943 Ne le criez pas sur les toits (adaptation)
 1943 Une vie de chien (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1943 La bonne étoile (screenplay)
 1942 Simplet (dialogue - uncredited) / (screenplay - uncredited)
 1941 Le club des soupirants (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1939 Berlingot and Company (dialogue) / (scenario)
 1938 Ernest the Rebel (adaptation)
 1937 Ignace (screenplay) / (story)
 1935 Jim la houlette (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1934 Les bleus de la marine (dialogue) / (screenplay) / (story)
 1932 La terreur de la pampa (Short) (screenplay) / (story)
 1932 Quand tu nous tiens, amour (Short) (screenplay) / (story)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

J. Manse


Marcelle Farine  (his death)


Franck Fernandel (niece or nephew) | See more »

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