Octave Feuillet

Author - France
Born August 11, 1821 in St. Lô
Died December 29, 1890 in Paris

Octave Feuillet was born on August 11, 1821 in St. Lô. He was a French Author, known for Der Schlossherr von Hohenstein (1917), Un roman parisien (1918), A Parisian Romance (1916), Octave Feuillet's first movie on record is from 1916. Octave Feuillet died on December 29, 1890 in Paris. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.

Octave Feuillet Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [10.17] Giulia di Trécoeur (Based on : novel: Julia de Trécoeur (1874)), Directed by Camillo De Riso, with Vera Vergani, Giorgio Bonaiti, Luigi Maggi,
1918: [06.21] Hier et aujourd'hui (Based on : play ), Directed by Dominique Bernard-Deschamps, with Henry Houry, , ,
1918: [05.30] Un roman parisien (Based on : play), Directed by Adrien Caillard, with Paul Capellani, Stacia Napierkowska, ,
1917: [09.00] Der Schlossherr von Hohenstein (Based on : novel ), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Bernd Aldor, Rita Clermont, Albert Paul,
1917: [] Honneur d'artiste (Based on ), Directed by Jean Kemm, with Henry Krauss, Georges Mauloy, Armand Numès,
1916: [01.09] A Parisian Romance (Based on : play: Un Roman Parisien), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with H. Cooper Cliffe, Dorothy Green, Dion Titheradge,

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