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Duvivier, Julien, 1896-1967

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Personal name headingDuvivier, Julien, 1896-1967
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Variant(s)Duvivier, J. (Julien), 1896-1967
Birth date1896-10-08
Death date1967-10-29
Place of birthLille (France)
Place of deathParis (France)
Field of activityMotion pictures
AffiliationFilm d'Art (Firm)
Profession or occupationMotion picture producers and directors
Found inTolstoy's Anna Karenina [VR] 198-?: credits (directed by Julien Duvivier)
LC data base, 3-6-98 (hdg.: Duvivier, Julien, 1896-1967)
Tango noir, 1936 (from La belle équipe; J. Duvivier; lyrics)
Wikipedia, Mar. 23, 2010 (La belle équipe; directed by Julien Duvivier)
David Golder, 1930: (written and directed by Julien Duvivier)
Wikipedia, January 7, 2016: (Julien Duviver, born October 8, 1896, Lille, France; began his career as an actor but soon moved to writing and directing; in the 1930s was part of the production company Film d'Art, where he stayed nine years and made his most successful films; during World War II left Europe to work in the United States; died in Paris, France, October 29, 1967)
Associated languagefre
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