|Born||10 March 1884|
|Died||11 August 1965|
|Other names||Raymond Sébastien Girard|
|Years active||1910-1962 (film )|
Lucien Blondeau (1884–1965) was a French stage, television and film actor. 
The Bread Peddler is a 1950 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Maurice Cloche and starring Vivi Gioi, Philippe Lemaire and Jean Tissier. It is an adaptation of the novel The Bread Peddler by Xavier de Montépin. It was made at the Cinecittà Studios in Rome.
Girl with Green Eyes is a 1945 French drama film directed by Jean Faurez and starring Fernand Ledoux, Paul Bernard and Claude Génia.
Lunegrade is a 1946 French drama film directed by Marc Allégret starring Gaby Morlay, Jean Tissier and Saturnin Fabre. It is based on a novel by Pierre Benoit. It was shot in 1944 but had a considerably delayed release. It recorded admissions in France of 1,587,359.
The Revenge of Roger is a 1946 French historical crime film directed by André Cayatte and starring Lucien Coëdel, María Casares and Paul Bernard. The film is based on a novel by Jules Mary. It was a sequel to the film Roger la Honte also directed by Cayatte which had been shot in 1945 but was released in 1946. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Colombier.
Roger la Honte is a 1946 French historical drama film directed by André Cayatte and starring Lucien Coëdel, María Casares and Paul Bernard. The film is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Jules Mary. It was followed by a sequel The Revenge of Roger featuring many of the original cast and released the same year.
Lucien Coëdel (1899–1947) was a French film actor. He appeared in the title role in the historical film Roger la Honte and its sequel The Revenge of Roger. Coëdel made his screen debut in an uncredited role in Abel Gance's Lucrezia Borgia (1935), and gradually appeared in larger roles over the following years. His career really took off in the mid-1940s with several starring roles, but was cut short by his early death at the age of forty eight.
Son of France is a 1946 French drama film directed by Pierre Blondy and starring Jean Mercanton, Jimmy Gaillard and Jacques Famery. It was made with the assistance of the French Army Film Service.
In Old Alsace is a 1933 French drama film directed by Jacques de Baroncelli and starring Lucien Duboscq, Simone Bourday and Madeleine Guitty.
Imperial Violets is a 1952 French-Spanish historical musical film directed by Richard Pottier and starring Luis Mariano, Carmen Sevilla and Simone Valère. It is an operetta film, based on the 1948 stage work of the same title. The film's sets were designed by Léon Barsacq and the costumes by Marcel Escoffier and Jean Zay.
Prince Jean is a 1928 French silent film directed by René Hervil and starring Renée Héribel, Lucien Dalsace and Paul Guidé. It is based on a play of the same title by Charles Méré.
Lucien Dalsace was a French film actor.
The Mysteries of Paris is a 1935 French drama film directed by Félix Gandéra and starring Lucien Baroux, Madeleine Ozeray and Marcelle Géniat. It is based on the novel The Mysteries of Paris by Eugène Sue.
The Mysteries of Paris is a 1943 French drama film directed by Jacques de Baroncelli and starring Marcel Herrand, Yolande Laffon and Alexandre Rignault. It is based on the novel The Mysteries of Paris by Eugène Sue.
The Bread Peddler is a 1923 French silent drama film directed by René Le Somptier and starring Suzanne Desprès, Gabriel Signoret and Geneviève Félix. It is based on Xavier de Montépin's novel of the same title.
Crimson Curtain is a 1952 French drama film directed by André Barsacq and starring Michel Simon, Pierre Brasseur and Jean Brochard.
Bethsabée is a 1947 French drama film directed by Léonide Moguy and starring Danielle Darrieux, Georges Marchal and Jean Murat. It is also known by the alternative title of Le Deserter. It is based on a novel by Pierre Benoît, set in French Morocco. The title is a reference to the biblical story of Bathsheba.
Holiday is a 1931 French comedy film directed by Robert Boudrioz and starring Florelle, Lucien Gallas and Georges Charlia.
The French Doll is a 1923 American silent comedy drama film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and starring Mae Murray, Orville Caldwell and Rod La Rocque. It was based on a French-language novel by Paul Armont and Marcel Gerbidon.
The Indestructible is a 1959 French comedy film directed by Jean Boyer and starring Darry Cowl, Line Renaud and Michel Galabru.
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.