|Directed by||Robert Vernay|
|Written by||Maurice Griffe|
|Based on||Father Goriot by Honoré de Balzac|
|Produced by|| Arys Nissotti |
|Starring|| Pierre Renoir |
|Cinematography|| Victor Arménise |
|Edited by||Suzanne de Troeye|
|Music by|| Roger Desormière |
|22 March 1945|
Father Goriot (French: Le père Goriot) is a 1945 French historical drama film directed by Robert Vernay and starring Pierre Renoir, Claude Génia and Lise Delamare.  It is an adaptation of the 1835 novel of the same title by Honoré de Balzac. It was shot in 1944 but not released until the following year.  The film was shot at the Cité Elgé in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director René Renoux.
Le Père Goriot is an 1835 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac (1799–1850), included in the Scènes de la vie privée section of his novel sequence La Comédie humaine. Set in Paris in 1819, it follows the intertwined lives of three characters: the elderly doting Goriot, a mysterious criminal-in-hiding named Vautrin and a naive law student named Eugène de Rastignac.
Pierre Renoir was a French stage and film actor. He was the son of the impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir and elder brother of the film director Jean Renoir. He is also noted for being the first actor to play Georges Simenon's character Inspector Jules Maigret.
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Vautrin[vo.tʁɛ̃] is a character from the novels of French writer Honoré de Balzac in the La Comédie humaine series. His real name is Jacques Collin[ʒɑk kɔ.lɛ̃]. He appears in the novels Le Père Goriot under the name Vautrin, and in Illusions perdues and Splendeurs et misères des courtisanes, the sequel of Illusions perdues, under the name of Abbé Carlos Herrera. In prison, he got the nickname "Trompe-la-Mort", because he managed to avoid the death sentence repeatedly.
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