Jacques Deval

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Jacques Deval
Born 27 June 1895
Paris, France
Died 19 December 1972
Paris, France
Other names Jacques Boularan
Occupation Screenwriter, Director
Years active 1923–1972 (film)

Jacques Deval (1895–1972) was a French playwright, screenwriter and film director.[1]

Novels[edit]

  • Marie Galante (1931)

Plays[edit]

  • Une faible femme; a comedy in three acts (1920)
  • Dans sa candeur naïve; a comedy in three acts (1926)
  • Étienne; a play in three acts (1930)
  • Mademoiselle; a comedy in three acts (1932)
  • Tovaritch; a play in four acts (1933)
  • Marie Galante; a play with music in two acts, based on the novel Marie Galante. Music by Kurt Weill (1934)
  • Soubrette; a comedy in three acts (1938)
  • Oh, Brother!; a comedy in three acts (1945)
  • La Femme de ta jeunesse; a play in three acts (1947)
  • Le Rayon des jouets; a comedy in three acts (1951)
  • La Prétentaine; a comedy in two acts (1957)
  • Romancero; a play in three acts (1958)

Filmography[edit]

Screenwriter[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Crisp p.175

Bibliography[edit]

  • Crisp, Colin. The Classic French Cinema, 1930-1960. Indiana University Press, 1993.

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