|Directed by||Pierre Colombier|
|Written by|| J. M. Barrie (play)|
|Starring|| Lucien Baroux |
|Music by||Jacques Dallin|
Charlemagne is a 1933 French comedy drama film directed by Pierre Colombier and starring Raimu, Léon Belières and Marie Glory.  A group of upper-class passengers on a ship are saved by a stoker who takes them to an island, where he soon rises to be their monarch. The film is based on the 1902 play The Admirable Crichton by J. M. Barrie.
Jules Auguste Muraire, whose stage name was Raimu, was a French actor. He is most famous for playing César in the 'Marseilles trilogy'.
Marie Glory was a French actress.
The Heart of a Nation is a 1943 French drama film directed by Julien Duvivier who co-wrote screenplay with Marcel Achard and Charles Spaak. The film stars Raimu, Michèle Morgan and Louis Jouvet.
Colonel Chabert is a 1943 French drama film directed by René Le Hénaff, starring Raimu, Marie Bell, Aimé Clariond and Jacques Baumer. It tells the story of a French officer who is assumed dead during the Napoleonic Wars, but returns ten years later to a very different France, both on a political and personal level. The film is based on the novel Colonel Chabert by Honoré de Balzac. James Travers has written, "This superlative adaptation of Balzac's great novel was one of a number of prestigious film productions made under the Occupation (1940–1944)."
A Hole in the Wall is a 1930 French comedy film directed by René Barberis and starring Jean Murat, Dolly Davis and Marguerite Moreno. It was made at the Joinville Studios near Paris by the French subsidiary of the American company Paramount Pictures. Separate Spanish and Swedish-language versions were made, the Spanish known as A Lucky Man and directed by Benito Perojo.
The Road Is Fine is a 1930 French musical film directed by Robert Florey and starring Laurette Fleury, André Baugé and Léon Bary. As no French studios had been converted for sound film, it was shot at Elstree Studios in Britain.
Léon Belières (1880–1952) was a French film actor.
Levy and Company is a 1930 French comedy film directed by André Hugon starring Léon Belières, Charles Lamy and Alexandre Mihalesco. The film takes place on a liner which is sailing for New York. It was a success and was followed by three sequels including The Levy Department Stores.
The Secret of Polichinelle is a 1936 French comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring Raimu, Françoise Rosay and André Alerme. It is based on a play of the same name by Pierre Wolff, which had previously been turned into a silent film The Secret of Polichinelle (1923).
To the Polls, Citizens is a 1932 French comedy film directed by Jean Hémard and starring Léon Belières, Lily Mounet and Henri Poupon.
The Queen of Biarritz is a 1934 French comedy film directed by Jean Toulout and starring Alice Field, Léon Belières and Marguerite Moreno.
Monsieur Brotonneau is a 1939 French comedy drama film directed by Alexander Esway and starring Raimu, Josette Day and Marguerite Pierry.
Topaze is a 1936 French comedy film directed by Marcel Pagnol and starring Alexandre Arnaudy, Sylvia Bataille and Pierre Asso. It is based on the Pagnol's own 1928 play Topaze. A separate adaptation Topaze had been directed by Louis J. Gasnier three years earlier.
The Strange Monsieur Victor is a 1938 French-German drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Raimu, Pierre Blanchar and Madeleine Renaud.
The Perfume of the Lady in Black is a 1931 French mystery film directed by Marcel L'Herbier and starring Roland Toutain, Huguette Duflos, and Marcel Vibert. It is an adaptation of the 1908 novel The Perfume of the Lady in Black by Gaston Leroux featuring the detective Joseph Rouletabille. It follows on from L'Herbier's The Mystery of the Yellow Room made the previous year.
The Mystery of the Yellow Room is a 1930 French mystery film directed by Marcel L'Herbier and starring Roland Toutain, Huguette Duflos, and Léon Belières. It is based on the 1907 novel of the same title by Gaston Leroux. L'Herbier made a sequel, The Perfume of the Lady in Black, the following year.
The Marriages of Mademoiselle Levy is a 1936 French comedy film directed by André Hugon and starring Yvette Lebon, Charles Lamy and Pierre Mingand. It is the fourth and final entry in a series of films beginning with Levy and Company in 1930.
Three from St Cyr is a 1939 French adventure film directed by Jean-Paul Paulin and starring Roland Toutain, Jean Mercanton and Jean Chevrier. It was part of a group of big budget war and spy stories made at the time, which enjoyed box office success in the period just before the Second World War broke out.
Atlantis is a 1930 drama film directed by Ewald André Dupont and Jean Kemm and starring Maxime Desjardins, Alice Field and Constant Rémy. The film was made as French version of the British film Atlantic, produced by British International Pictures at Elstree Studios. Such Multiple-language versions were common in the early years of sound before dubbing became a more established practice. Like the original version it is based on the 1929 West End play The Berg by Ernest Raymond.
The Midnight Sun is a 1943 French adventure film directed by Bernard-Roland and starring Jules Berry, Josseline Gaël and Sessue Hayakawa. It is based on the 1930 novel of the same title by Pierre Benoît. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Dumesnil.