|Directed by||Richard Pottier|
|Written by||Hans Rehfisch (short story)|
|Music by||Nicholas Brodszky|
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Disk 413 (French : Le disque 413) is a 1936 French spy film directed by Richard Pottier and starring Gitta Alpar, Constant Rémy and Jules Berry. It was the French version of the British film Guilty Melody . 
William Henry Waddington was a French statesman who served as Prime Minister in 1879, and as an Ambassador of France.
Gitta Alpár, was a Hungarian-born opera and operetta soprano.
Nicholas "Slug" Brodszky was a composer of popular songs for the theatre and for films.
I Give My Heart is a 1935 British historical film adapted from the stage operetta The DuBarry by Carl Millöcker and arranged by Theo Mackeben. Directed by Marcel Varnel, and produced by British International Pictures (BIP). It is based on the life of Madame Du Barry.
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Gitta may refer to:
Guilty Melody is a 1936 British drama film directed by Richard Pottier and starring Don Alcaide, Gitta Alpar and John Loder. It was based on a short story by Hans José Rehfisch. In the film, a British spy falls in love with a singer whose husband is working for the enemy. It was made at Ealing Studios by the independent company Franco London Films. The film's sets were designed by art director Holmes Paul.
Jules Berry was a French actor.
Everything in Life is a 1936 British musical film directed by J. Elder Wills and starring Gitta Alpar, Neil Hamilton and Lawrence Grossmith. It was made at Highbury Studios. An opera singer pretends to be poor in order to romantically win over a composer.
The Green Jacket is a 1937 French comedy film directed by Roger Richebé and starring Elvire Popesco, Victor Boucher and Jules Berry. It is based on a play by Gaston Arman de Caillavet and Robert de Flers. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jean d'Eaubonne.
The Red Robe sometimes translated as The Red Dress is a 1933 French drama film directed by Jean de Marguenat and starring Constant Remy, Suzanne Rissler and Marcelle Praince. It is based on a 1900 play by Eugène Brieux. The film's sets were designed by the art director Aimé Bazin.
The Club of Aristocrats is a 1937 French comedy film directed by Pierre Colombier and starring Jules Berry, Elvire Popesco and André Lefaur. The film's art direction was by Jacques Colombier.
The Agony of the Eagles is a 1933 French historical film directed by Roger Richebé and starring Annie Ducaux, Pierre Renoir and Constant Rémy.
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Death on the Run is a 1936 French comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring Jules Berry, Michel Simon and Marie Glory. Two struggling actors decide to attract publicity by pretending that one has murdered the other, but things soon get out of hand.
Ball at the Savoy is a 1935 Austrian-Hungarian musical film directed by Steve Sekely and starring Gitta Alpar, Hans Jaray and Rosy Barsony. Part of the tradition of operetta films, it is based on the 1932 work of the same title by Paul Abraham. It was remade the following year in Britain.
Crossroads is a 1938 French drama film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Charles Vanel, Jules Berry and Suzy Prim. It inspired two English-language remakes, the 1940 British film Dead Man's Shoes and Hollywood's Crossroads in 1942.
An Idiot in Paris is a 1967 French comedy film directed by Serge Korber and starring Dany Carrel, Jean Lefebvre and Bernard Blier.
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.
Marie-Martine is a 1943 French drama film directed by Albert Valentin and starring Renée Saint-Cyr, Jules Berry and Saturnin Fabre. It was shot at the Photosonor Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jean Perrier.