List of French films of 1932

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A list of films produced in France in 1932:

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
Abduct Me Léonce Perret Jacqueline Francell, Roger Tréville Comedy [1]
The Accomplice Giuseppe Guarino Jean Bradin, Philippe Richard Comedy [2]
Aces of the Turf Serge de Poligny Jeanne Fusier-Gir, Marcel Barencey Sports [3]
Amourous Adventure Wilhelm Thiele Albert Préjean, Marie Glory Romantic comedy Tobis[4]
Baroud Rex Ingram, Alice Terry Pierre Batcheff, Colette Darfeuil Adventure [5]
The Beautiful Sailor Harry Lachman Pierre Blanchar, Madeleine Renaud Drama [6]
Beauty Spot Pierre Caron, Léonce Perret Simone Cerdan, Marfa d'Hervilly Musical [7]
Billeting Order Charles-Félix Tavano André Berley, Jeanne Helbling Comedy [8]
The Blaireau Case Henry Wulschleger Bach, Alice Tissot Comedy [9]
Boudu Saved from Drowning Jean Renoir Michel Simon, Charles Granval Comedy [10]
Buridan's Donkey Alexandre Ryder René Lefèvre, Colette Darfeuil, Mona Goya Comedy [11]
The Champion Cook Karl Anton Pierre Bertin, Jeanne Helbling Comedy [12]
The Chocolate Girl Marc Allégret Simone Simon, Pierre Bertin, Raimu Comedy drama [13]
Clochard Robert Péguy Georges Biscot, Simone Cerdan Comedy [14]
Coeur de lilas Anatole Litvak Marcelle Romee, Jean Gabin Crime drama [15]
Cognasse Louis Mercanton Thérèse Dorny, Marguerite Moreno Comedy [16]
Companion Wanted Joe May Jean Murat, Annabella Comedy [17]
Danton André Roubaud Jacques Grétillat, Andrée Ducret Historical [18]
The Dressmaker of Luneville Harry Lachman Madeleine Renaud, Pierre Blanchar Comedy [19]
Fanny Marc Allégret, Marcel Pagnol Raimu, Pierre Fresnay, Orane Demazis Drama, romance [20]
Fantômas Paul Fejos Jean Galland, Thomy Bourdelle, Tania Fédor Crime [21]
A Father Without Knowing It Robert Wyler Pierre Brasseur, Françoise Rosay Comedy [22]
Fifty Fathoms Deep Jack Forrester Jeanne Helbling, Thomy Bourdelle Drama [23]
Fun in the Barracks Maurice Tourneur Henry Roussell, Mady Berry, Fernandel Comedy drama [24]
A Gentleman of the Ring Robert Bibal Vanda Gréville, Gaston Dubosc Sports [25]
Happy Hearts Hanns Schwarz, Max de Vaucorbeil Josseline Gaël, Gabriel Gabrio, Jean Gabin Comedy [26]
A Happy Man Antonin Bideau Claude Dauphin, Alice Tissot Comedy [27]
Heart of Paris Marie Epstein Simone Mareuil, Jimmy Gaillard Comedy [28]
He Is Charming Louis Mercanton Meg Lemonnier, Henri Garat Musical [29]
Here's Berlin Julien Duvivier Josette Day, Germaine Aussey Comedy Co-production with Germany[30]
His Best Client Pierre Colombier Elvire Popesco, René Lefèvre Comedy [31]
If You Wish It André Hugon Jeanne Boitel, Armand Bernard Comedy [32]
Imperial Violets Henry Roussel Raquel Meller, Suzanne Bianchetti Historical [33]
The Improvised Son René Guissart Fernand Gravey, Florelle Comedy [34]
In the Name of the Law Maurice Tourneur Marcelle Chantal, Gabriel Gabrio Crime [35]
King of the Hotel Carmine Gallone Jules Berry, Betty Stockfeld, Simone Simon Comedy Co-production with the United Kingdom[36]
Kiss Me Léon Mathot Abel Tarride, Tania Fédor Comedy [37]
The Last Blow Jacques de Baroncelli Jean Murat, Danièle Parola Drama [38]
L'affaire est dans le sac (It's in the Bag) Pierre Prévert Étienne Decroux, Jean-Paul Le Chanois, Julien Carette, Philippe Richard, Anthony Gildès, Jacques Brunius Comedy Pierre Prévert's first film; screenplay by Jacques Prévert.[39][40][41]
L'Atlantide G.W. Pabst Brigitte Helm, Pierre Blanchar, Tela Tschai Adventure, fantasy Co-production with Germany[42][43]
The Lacquered Box Jean Kemm Danielle Darrieux, René Alexandre Crime [44]
The Levy Department Stores André Hugon Léon Belières, Charles Lamy Comedy [45]
The Mad Night Robert Bibal Marguerite Deval, Suzanne Bianchetti Comedy [46]
The Marriage of Mademoiselle Beulemans Jean Choux Pierre Alcover, Arthur Devère Comedy Co-production with Belgium[47]
Maurin of the Moors André Hugon Antonin Berval, Jeanne Boitel Comedy [48]
Miche Jean de Marguenat Suzy Vernon, Robert Burnier Drama [49]
Monsieur Albert Karl Anton Noël-Noël, Betty Stockfeld, Edwige Feuillère Comedy [50]
Monsieur, Madame and Bibi Jean Boyer, Max Neufeld René Lefèvre, Marie Glory Comedy Co-production with Germany[51]
Nicole and Her Virtue René Hervil Alice Cocéa, André Roanne Drama [52]
Night at the Crossroads Jean Renoir Pierre Renoir, Winna Winifred, Jean Gehret Crime [53]
The Night at the Hotel Leo Mittler Jean Périer, Betty Stockfeld Drama [54]
Nights in Port Said Leo Mittler Renée Héribel, Gustav Diessl Drama [55]
The Nude Woman Jean-Paul Paulin Florelle, Raymond Rouleau Drama [56]
Orange Blossom Henry Roussel André Lefaur, André Alerme Comedy [57]
Our Lord's Vineyard René Hervil Victor Boucher, Simone Cerdan Comedy [58]
The Picador Lucien Jaquelux Madeleine Guitty, Enrique Riveros Drama [59]
The Red Head Julien Duvivier Robert Lynen, Harry Baur Drama [60]
The Regiment's Champion Henry Wulschleger Bach, Georges Tréville Comedy [61]
Sailor's Song Carmine Gallone Albert Préjean, Jim Gérald Comedy [62]
Shadows of Paris Maurice Sollin Dolly Davis, Ksenia Kuprina Drama [63]
Should We Wed Them? Pierre Billon, Carl Lamac Anny Ondra, Lucien Baroux Comedy [64]
A Son from America Carmine Gallone Albert Préjean, Annabella Comedy drama Co-production with Hungary[65]
Southern Cross André Hugon Charles de Rochefort, Suzanne Christy Drama [66]
A Star Disappears Robert Villers Suzy Vernon, Constant Rémy Comedy [67]
Student's Hotel Viktor Tourjansky Lisette Lanvin, Raymond Galle Drama [68]
Suzanne Léo Joannon, Raymond Rouleau Pauline Carton, Louis Florencie Drama [69]
Take Care of Amelie Marguerite Viel, Richard Weisbach Aimé Clariond, Arthur Devère Comedy [70]
The Three Musketeers Henri Diamant-Berger Blanche Montel, Maurice Escande Adventure [71]
To the Polls, Citizens Jean Hémard Claude Dauphin, Léon Belières Comedy [72]
Tossing Ship Jean de La Cour Max Dearly, Pierre Magnier Musical [73]
Transit Camp Max Reichmann Ivan Koval-Samborsky, Meg Lemonnier Drama Co-production with Germany[74]
The Triangle of Fire Edmond T. Gréville, Johannes Guter Jean Angelo, André Roanne Crime Co-production with Germany[75]
Under the Leather Helmet Albert de Courville Pierre Richard-Willm, Gina Manès Drama Co-production with the United Kingdom[76]
Vampyr Carl Theodor Dreyer Julian West, Maurice Schutz, Jan Hieronimko, Sybille Schmitz Horror Co-production with Germany[77]
Vive la classe Maurice Cammage Fernandel, Mireille Balin Comedy [78]
The Wandering Beast Marco de Gastyne Gabriel Gabrio, Maurice Maillot Drama [79]
The Woman Dressed As a Man Augusto Genina Carmen Boni, Armand Bernard Comedy [80]
The Wonderful Day Yves Mirande, Robert Wyler Frédéric Duvallès, Florelle Comedy [81]
Wooden Crosses Raymond Bernard Pierre Blanchar, Raymond Aimos, Gabriel Gabrio War [82]
The Yellow Dog Jean Tarride Abel Tarride, Rosine Deréan Crime [83]
You Will Be a Duchess René Guissart Marie Glory, Fernand Gravey Romantic comedy [84]

See also[edit]

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