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Charles Ferdinand Ramuz (1878–1947)

Charles Ferdinand Ramuz was born on September 24, 1878 in Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland. He was a writer and actor, known for The Soldier's Tale (1964), Farinet ou l'or dans la montagne (1939) and Prica o vojniku (1976). He was married to Cécile Cellier. He died on May 23, 1947 in Pully, Vaud. See full bio »


(age 68) in Pully, Vaud, Switzerland

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 2010 The Soldier's Tale (TV Movie)
 2006 La grande peur dans la montagne (TV Movie) (novel)
 2001 La beauté sur la terre (TV Movie) (novel)
 1998 War in the Highlands (novel)
 1995 Farinet, héros et hors-la-loi (TV Movie) (original novel)
 1993 Història del soldat (TV Movie)
 1987 The Soldier's Tale (TV Movie) (libretto - as C.F. Ramuz)
 1985 Derborence (novel)
 1984 The Soldier's Tale (libretto L'Histoire du Soldat - as C.F. Ramuz)
 1984 Le rapt (TV Movie) (novel "La séparation des races")
 1976 Prica o vojniku (story)
 1968 The Soldier's Tale (TV Movie) (words)
 1968 La beauté sur la terre (TV Movie) (novel)
 1967 Aline (novel - as Ramuz)
 1966 La grande peur dans la montagne (TV Movie) (novel)
 1966 Jean-Luc persécuté (TV Movie) (novel)
 1964 The Soldier's Tale (story - as C.F. Ramuz)
 1960 The Soldier's Tale (TV Movie) (libretto)
 1959 Geschichte vom Soldaten (TV Movie)
 1958 The Double Cure (TV Movie) (novel "La Guerison Des Maladies")
 1956 Historien om en soldat (TV Movie) (play)
 1954 Die Geschichte des Soldaten (TV Movie) (novel)
 1939 Farinet ou l'or dans la montagne (novel "Farinet ou la fausse monnaie")
 1934 The Kidnapping (novel "La séparation des races" - as C.F. Ramuz)
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Other Works:

(1974-1975 season) He wrote the text for Igor Stravinsky's play, "The Soldier's Tale," at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. M. Flanders and K. Black were translators.

Alternate Names:

C.F. Ramuz | Ramuz

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