List of French films of 1949

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A list of films produced in France in 1949.

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
56, Rue Pigalle Willy Rozier Jacques Dumesnil, Marie Déa Crime drama [1]
Au grand balcon Henri Decoin Pierre Fresnay, Georges Marchal Drama Entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival
Au royaume des cieux Julien Duvivier Serge Reggiani, Monique Melinand Drama [2]
Aux deux colombes Sacha Guitry Sacha Guitry, Pauline Carton, Lana Marconi Comedy [3]
Barry Richard Pottier Pierre Fresnay, Simone Valère Historical
The Barton Mystery Charles Spaak Françoise Rosay, Fernand Ledoux Mystery
Between Eleven and Midnight Henri Decoin Louis Jouvet, Madeleine Robinson Mystery
Brilliant Waltz Jean Boyer Mártha Eggerth, Jan Kiepura Musical
Cage of Girls Maurice Cloche Danièle Delorme, Louise Lagrange Drama
Du Guesclin Bernard de Latour Fernand Gravey, Junie Astor Historical
Doctor Laennec Maurice Cloche Pierre Blanchar, Saturnin Fabre Historical
Emile the African Robert Vernay Fernandel, Alexandre Rignault Comedy
Eve and the Serpent Charles-Félix Tavano Gaby Morlay, Félix Oudart, Jacqueline Gauthier Comedy
Fandango Emil E. Reinert Luis Mariano, Ludmilla Tchérina Musical
Fantomas Against Fantomas Robert Vernay Marcelle Chantal, Maurice Teynac Thriller
The Farm of Seven Sins Jean Devaivre Jacques Dumesnil, Claude Génia Historical
Five Red Tulips Jean Stelli René Dary, Suzanne Dehelly Crime
Forbidden to the Public Alfred Pasquali Jacques Erwin, Jacqueline Gauthier Comedy
Gigi Jacqueline Audry Gaby Morlay, Jean Tissier Comedy
I Like Only You Pierre Montazel Luis Mariano, Martine Carol Comedy
Jour de fête Jacques Tati Jacques Tati Comedy Nominated for Golden Lion
Une si jolie petite plage Yves Allégret Gérard Philipe, Madeleine Robinson Drama
Keep an Eye on Amelia Claude Autant-Lara Danielle Darrieux, Jean Desailly Comedy
The Ladies in the Green Hats Fernand Rivers Henri Guisol, Marguerite Pierry Comedy
The Lovers Of Verona André Cayatte Serge Reggiani, Anouk Aimée Drama
Manon Henri-Georges Clouzot Cécile Aubry, Michel Auclair Drama
Marlene Pierre de Hérain Tino Rossi, Micheline Francey Crime
Millionnaires d'un jour André Hunebelle Gaby Morlay, Jean Brochard, Ginette Leclerc Comedy
Mission in Tangier André Hunebelle Raymond Rouleau, Gaby Sylvia, Mila Parély Thriller
The Mystery of the Yellow Room Henri Aisner Hélène Perdrière, Pierre Renoir Crime
Night Round François Campaux Tilda Thamar, Julien Carette, Noël Roquevert Crime
The Passenger Jacques Daroy Georges Marchal, Dany Robin Comedy
The Perfume of the Lady in Black Louis Daquin Hélène Perdrière, Serge Reggiani Mystery
Le Point du jour Louis Daquin Jean Desailly, René Lefèvre Drama
Portrait of an Assassin Bernard-Roland Maria Montez, Erich von Stroheim, Arletty Thriller
The Pretty Miller Girl Marcel Pagnol Tino Rossi, Jacqueline Pagnol Musical
Rendezvous in July Jacques Becker Daniel Gélin, Brigitte Auber Comedy
Return to Life Georges Lampin, André Cayatte
Henri-Georges Clouzot, Jean Dréville
Louis Jouvet, Serge Reggiani, Patricia Roc Drama
Le Secret de Mayerling Jean Delannoy Jean Marais, Dominique Blanchar Historical
Le Silence de la mer Jean-Pierre Melville Howard Vernon, Nicole Stéphane War drama
Singoalla Christian-Jaque Viveca Lindfors, Alf Kjellin Romance Co-production with Sweden
Summer Storm Jean Gehret Gaby Morlay, Odette Joyeux, Odile Versois Drama
Suzanne and the Robbers Yves Ciampi René Dary, Suzanne Flon Comedy
Thus Finishes the Night Emil E. Reinert Anne Vernon, Claude Dauphin Drama
Vertigine d'amore Luigi Capuano Elli Parvo, Charles Vanel Drama Co-production with Italy
Vient de paraître Jacques Houssin Pierre Fresnay, Blanchette Brunoy Drama
The Walls of Malapaga René Clément Jean Gabin, Isa Miranda Drama Co-production with Italy
Wicked City François Villiers Maria Montez, Jean-Pierre Aumont Drama
The Wolf Guillaume Radot Claude Génia, Jean Davy Drama

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  1. ^ "56 RUE PIGALLE | British Board of Film Classification".
  2. ^
  3. ^ "Aux deux colombes (1949)".

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