Vital Bernard Geymond
24 January 1897
|Died||6 December 1987 90) (aged|
|Years active||1924–1975 (film)|
Geymond Vital (24 January 1897 – 6 December 1987) was a French film, stage and television actor. 
|1924||La galerie des monstres|
|1928||The Italian Straw Hat||Le lieutenant Tavernier|
|1929||The Lighthouse Keepers||Yvon Bréhan|
|1930||Le masque d'Hollywood||Jimmy Doyle|
|1930||Lopez, le bandit||Pancho Lopez|
|1931||Le père célibataire|
|1931||Révolte dans la prison||Dopey|
|1931||Spanish Nights||Le marquis de Lupa|
|1932||Le Fils de l'autre||Paul Niles / Victor Whitcomb|
|1933||The Agony of the Eagles||Le messager de Nantes|
|1936||The Gardens of Murcia||Pencho|
|1937||Double crime sur la ligne Maginot||Lieutenant Le Guenn|
|1938||L'Étrange Monsieur Victor||Petit rôle||Uncredited|
|1938||La Piste du sud||Braun|
|1938||Éducation de prince||Le général Braoulitch|
|1939||The Five Cents of Lavarede||Le policier|
|1944||First on the Rope||Maxime Vouillaz|
|1946||Le bateau à soupe||Pedro|
|1949||Doctor Laennec||Dr. Pierre Bayle|
|1949||Cage of Girls||Pierre Mansois, oncle de Micheline|
|1950||Le Crime des justes||Monsieur Combaroux|
|1955||Chantage||L'avocat de la partie civile|
|1956||Law of the Streets|
|1958||Maigret Sets a Trap||Un journaliste||Uncredited|
|1958||Prisons de femmes|
|1959||Too Late to Love||Maître Augier - l'avocat général|
|1960||The Baron of the Locks||La Ramée||Uncredited|
|1961||Vive Henri IV, vive l'amour||Villeroy||Uncredited|
|1964||Diary of a Chambermaid||Le brigadier sur le quai de la gare|
|1964||Angélique, Marquise des Anges||Le père Kirscher||Uncredited|
|1967||Le Crime de David Levinstein||Le grand-père|
5 Steps to Danger is a 1957 American film noir crime film directed, produced, and co–written by Henry S. Kesler. It stars Ruth Roman and Sterling Hayden, with a cast that also included Werner Klemperer, Richard Gaines, Charles Davis, Jeanne Cooper, and Peter Hansen. 5 Steps to Danger was based on the novel The Steel Mirror by Donald Hamilton.
Misdeal is a 1928 French silent drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Charles Dullin, Marcelle Dullin and Geymond Vital. The film's sets were designed by art director André Barsacq. The film tells the story of a wealthy young man flees from his family's estate, and finds employment as a canal worker. He falls in love with a gypsy girl, but when a death in the family requires him to return home and run his estate, he marries a neighbor's daughter. Years later, he becomes obsessed with his old lover after a chance meeting.
The Lighthouse Keepers is a 1929 French silent drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Paul Fromet, Geymond Vital and Genica Athanasiou. It is set on the coast of Brittany where two keepers, a father and son, work a lighthouse together.
The Five Cents of Lavarede is a 1939 French comedy adventure film directed by Maurice Cammage and starring Fernandel, Josette Day and Andrex. It is based on the eponymous 1894 novel by Paul d'Ivoi and Henri Chabrillat.
Royal Waltz is a 1936 French-German historical film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Henri Garat, Renée Saint-Cyr and Christian-Gérard.
The Agony of the Eagles is a 1933 French historical film directed by Roger Richebé and starring Annie Ducaux, Pierre Renoir and Constant Rémy.
The Gardens of Murcia is a 1936 French drama film directed by Marcel Gras and Max Joly and starring Juanita Montenegro, Hubert Prélier and Geymond Vital. It was also known by the alternative title of Heritage. A 1923 silent film The Gardens of Murcia had earlier been made, based on the same story.
Doctor Laennec is a 1949 French historical drama film directed by Maurice Cloche and starring Pierre Blanchar, Saturnin Fabre and Mireille Perrey. It portrays the work of René Laennec, the inventor of the stethoscope.
The Strange Countess is a 1925 crime novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace.
The Gunner is a 1928 crime novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace.
The India-Rubber Men is a 1929 crime novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace. It was part of a series of books featuring the character Inspector Elk of Scotland Yard.
Time to Remember is a 1962 British crime film directed by Charles Jarrott and starring Yvonne Monlaur, Harry H. Corbett and Robert Rietty.
The Face in the Night is a 1924 thriller novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace.
The Sinister Man is a 1924 thriller novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace.
The Theatre Alfred Jarry was founded in January 1926 by Antonin Artaud with Robert Aron and Roger Vitrac. It was influenced by Surrealism and Theatre of the Absurd, and was foundational to Artaud's theory of the Theatre of Cruelty. The theatre was named after Alfred Jarry, who is most known for creating Ubu Roi. Though short-lived, the theatre was attended by an enormous range of European artists, including Arthur Adamov, André Gide, and Paul Valéry.:249
The Daffodil Mystery is a 1920 thriller novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace. It features the detective Jack Tarling and his Chinese assistant Ling Chu.
First on the Rope is a 1944 French drama film directed by Louis Daquin and starring Irène Corday, André Le Gall and Lucien Blondeau. It is an adaptation of the 1941 novel of the same title by Roger Frison-Roche. It was a faithful adaptation of the novel, which began shooting in June 1943 during the German Occupation of France. Despite being directed by Daquin, a French Communist, it was considered to demonstrate a Pétainist ideology possibly even containing elements of Nazism.