Lucien Callamand


Lucien Callamand born Lucien Marie Pascal Eugene Callamand (April 1, 1888 in Marseille – December 3, 1968 in Nice , Alpes-Maritimes ) Was one of the Earliest French movie actors Whose career transcended 6 decades of French cinema .

He starred in 115 films between 1909 and 1965.

Selected silent films

  • My wife wants to drive (1914)
  • The novel of a spahi Le (1914)
  • Narcissus lost his uncle (1913)
  • Agenor and the flying hand (1912)
  • Agénor the beloved (1912)
  • My concierge is too pretty (1912) (as Paul Lack)
  • Agénor, second class rider (1911)
  • The Envious (1911)
  • The Bread of the Little Birds (1911)
  • A gentleman with a tic (1911)
  • The Assommoir (1909)
  • The Youth of Vidocq or How One Becomes a Policeman (1909)

Selected sound filmography

  • A Hole in the Wall (1930)
  • Marius (1931)
  • Captain Craddock (1931)
  • Ronny (1931)
  • Venetian Nights (1931)
  • The Devil’s Holiday (1931)
  • Narcotics (1932)
  • You Will Be My Wife (1932)
  • The Beautiful Adventure (1932)
  • Gold in the street (1934)
  • The King of the Champs-Élysées (1934)
  • Barnabas (1938)
  • Gargousse (1938)
  • The Mysteries of Paris (1943)
  • The Marriage of Ramuntcho (1947)
  • Dominique (1950)
  • The Lady from Boston (1951)
  • Fanfan the Tulip (1952)
  • In life everything is arranged (1952)
  • I have been there three times (1952)
  • My Husband Is Marvelous (1952)
  • The Lovers of Marianne (1953)
  • The Strange Desire of Monsieur Bard (1954)
  • You, the venom (1958)

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