Jean Durand

Jean Durand

Portrait Jean Durand, Archiv KinoTVDirector - France
Born December 15, 1882 in Paris
Died March 10, 1946 in Paris

Mini-Biography:
Jean Durand was born on December 15, 1882 in Paris. He was a French Director, known for Feu sur la prairie (1910), Pendaison à Jefferson City (1911), Onésime sur le sentier de guerre (1913), Jean Durand's first movie on record is from 1908. Jean Durand died on March 10, 1946 in Paris. His last motion picture on file dates from 1946.

FilmographyFilmography [Auszug]
1946: La Bataille du Rail (The Battle of the Rails) (Cast: Cheminot (AKA Daurand) ), Directed by René Clément, with Tony Laurent, Robert Leray, ,
1929: La femme rêvée (An Ideal Woman) (Director), with Arlette Marchal, Charles Vanel, Alice Roberts,
1929: (Director), Directed by Berthe Dagmar, with Claude France, Pierre Batcheff, Thérèse Kolb,
1920: Tarnished Reputations (A Soul Adrift (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Léonce Perret, Alice Guy, Herbert Blaché, with Dolores Cassinelli, Alan Roscoe, Georges Deneubourg,
1915: Ceux de la terre (Director), with Gaston Modot,
1914: Fauves et bandits (Director), Directed by Léonce Perret, with Ernest Bourbon, Berthe Dagmar, Bernard Derigal,
1913: Onésime aime trop sa belle-mère (Director), with Ernest Bourbon, Gaston Modot, Berthe Dagmar,
1913: Calino prend le train de plaisir (Director), with Clément Mégé, Gaston Modot,
1913: Onésime débute au théâtre (Director), with Ernest Bourbon, Berthe Dagmar, Mademoiselle Davrières,
1913: Onésime sur le sentier de guerre (Director), with Ernest Bourbon, Gaston Modot, Berthe Dagmar,
1912: Lune de miel de Zigoto (Director), with Lucien Bataille, Berthe Dagmar,
1912: Le révolver matrimonial (Director), with Joe Hamman, Gaston Modot, Berthe Dagmar,
1912: Le Railway de la mort (The Railway of Death) (Director), with Joe Hamman, Max Dhartigny, Ernest Bourbon,
1912: Coeur-Ardent (Director), with Joe Hamman, Berthe Dagmar, Gaston Modot,
1911: Pendaison à Jefferson City (Hanging at Jefferson City) (Director), with Joe Hamman, Gaston Modot, Berthe Dagmar,
1911: Calino veut être cow-boy (Director), with Clément Mégé, Joe Hamman, Marie Dorly,
1911: Cent dollars mort ou vif (Director), with Joe Hamman, Gaston Modot, Berthe Dagmar,
1911: La Nostalgie de la purée (Director), with Gaston Modot, Lucien Bataille,
1910: Feu sur la prairie (Director), with Joe Hamman, Gaston Modot, Berthe Dagmar,
1909: Cyrano de Bergerac (Director), with Roger Karl, Robert Péguy, Jeanne Marie-Laurent,
1908: Calino se bat en duel (Director),

Bibliography
Jerzy Toeplitz, Geschichte des Films, Band I, pg 58

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