Julien Duvivier (8 October 1896, in Lille – 29 October 1967, in Paris) was a French film director. He rose to prominence in French cinema in the silent era, and directed some of the most notable films of the poetic realism in the 1930s, such as La belle équipe and Pépé le Moko . During World War II he worked in the United States. He returned to France with Panic (Panique) in 1946 and continued to work in Europe for the rest of his career. He had a big commercial success with The Little World of Don Camillo which had 12.8 million admissions in 1952. His last film was Diabolically Yours from 1967.  
|Year||English title||Original title||Production|
|1919||Haceldama ou le prix du sang||France|
|1920||The Reincarnation of Serge Renaudie||La réincarnation de Serge Renaudier||France|
|1922||The Death Agony of the Eagles||L'agonie des aigles||France||co-directed with Dominique Bernard-Deschamps|
|1922||The Sinister Guest||Der unheimliche Gast / Le logis de l'horreur||Germany|
|1922||The Hurricane on the Mountain||L'ouragan sur la montagne||France|
|1923||The Reflection of Claude Mercœur||Le reflet de Claude Mercœur||France|
|1924||A Machine for Recreating Life||La machine à refaire la vie||France||Documentary|
|1924||Credo ou la tragédie de Lourdes||France|
|1925||The Red Head||Poil de carotte||France|
|1925||The Abbot Constantine||L'abbé Constantin||France|
|1926||The Man with the Hispano||L'Homme à l'Hispano||France|
|1927||Le mystère de la tour Eiffel||France|
|1927||The Marriage of Mademoiselle Beulemans||Le mariage de Mademoiselle Beulemans||France|
|1927||L'agonie de Jérusalem||France|
|1928||The Maelstrom of Paris||Le tourbillon de Paris||France|
|1929||The Miraculous Life of Thérèse Martin||La Vie miraculeuse de Thérèse Martin||France|
|1929||Mother Hummingbird||Maman Colibri||France|
|1929||The Divine Voyage||La divine croisière||France|
|1930||The Ladies’ Paradise||Au bonheur des dames||France|
|1931||David Golder||David Golder||France||Duvivier's first sound film|
|1931||Moon Over Morocco||Les cinq gentlemen maudits||France||French language version|
|1931||Here's Berlin||Allo Berlin? Ici Paris!||France|
|1932||The Five Accursed Gentlemen||Die fünf verfluchten Gentlemen||France||German language version|
|1932||La vénus du collège||France|
|1932||The Red Head||Poil de carotte||France|
|1933||A Man's Neck||La Tête d'un homme||France|
|1933||The Little King||Le petit roi||France|
|1933||A Machine for Recreating Life||La machine à refaire la vie||France|
|1934||S.S. Tenacity||Le paquebot Tenacity||France|
|1934||Maria Chapdelaine||Maria Chapdelaine||France|
|1935||La Bandera||La Bandera||France|
|1936||The Golem||Le golem||France|
|1936||The Man of the Hour||L'homme du jour||France|
|1936||La Belle Équipe||La belle équipe||France||AKA They Were Five|
|1937||Pépé le Moko||Pépé le Moko||France|
|1937||Dance Program||Un carnet de bal||France||AKA Dance of Life and Life Dances On|
|1938||Marie Antoinette||Marie Antoinette||USA||uncredited, co-directed with W.S. Van Dyke|
|1938||The Great Waltz||The Great Waltz||United States|
|1939||The End of the Day||La Fin du jour||France|
|1939||The Phantom Carriage||La charrette fantôme||France|
|1941||Lydia||Lydia||United States||Remake of Dance Program|
|1942||Tales of Manhattan||Tales of Manhattan||United States|
|1943||Flesh and Fantasy||Flesh and Fantasy||United States|
|1943||The Heart of a Nation||Untel père et fils||France|
|1944||The Impostor||The Impostor||United States|
|1944||Destiny||Destiny||United States||uncredited, co-directed with Reginald Le Borg|
|1948||Anna Karenina||Anna Karenina||United Kingdom|
|1949||The Sinners||Au royaume des cieux||France|
|1950||Black Jack||Black Jack||Spain, United States and France|
|1951||Under the Sky of Paris||Sous le ciel de Paris||France|
|1952||The Little World of Don Camillo||Le Petit monde de Don Camillo||France|
|1952||Holiday for Henrietta||La Fête à Henriette||France|
|1953||The Return of Don Camillo||Le Retour de Don Camillo||France|
|1954||On Trial||L'affaire Maurizius||France and Italy|
|1954||Twelve Hours to Live||Voici le temps des assassins||France||AKA Deadlier Than the Male|
|1955||Marianne of My Youth||Marianne de ma jeunesse||France and West Germany||Shot in (almost identical) French and German version|
|1957||The Man in the Raincoat||L'Homme à l'imperméable||France and Italy|
|1957||Lovers of Paris||Pot-Bouille||France|
|1959||The Woman and the Puppet||La Femme et le Pantin||France and Italy|
|1960||The High Life||La Grande vie||France, West Germany and Italy|
|1962||The Burning Court||La chambre ardente||France, Italy and West Germany|
|1963||The Devil and the Ten Commandments||Le Diable et les Dix Commandements||France|
|1963||Highway Pickup||Chair de poule||France|
|1967||Diabolically Yours||Diaboliquement vôtre||France and West Germany|
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