|Directed by||Jean Gourguet|
|Edited by||Émilienne Bigand|
|Music by||Arthur Hoérée|
Union Française de Production Cinématographique
|Distributed by||Societe d'Edition et de Location de Films|
|30 June 1943|
Malaria is a 1943 French drama film directed by Jean Gourguet and starring Mireille Balin, Sessue Hayakawa and Jacques Dumesnil. 
The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Dumesnil.
In the French colonial empire a love triangle develops between two men and a woman. She begins having an affair with a man who promises to take her back to Europe and away from the tropical colony which she finds like a prison. However a native servant overhears them and then mysteriously disappears, leading to suspicions of murders.
Tokyo Joe is a 1949 American film noir crime film directed by Stuart Heisler and starring Humphrey Bogart. This was Heisler's first of two features starring Bogart, the other was Chain Lightning that also wrapped in 1949 but was held up in release until 1950.
Pépé le Moko is a 1937 French film directed by Julien Duvivier starring Jean Gabin, based on a novel of the same name by Henri La Barthe and with sets by Jacques Krauss. An example of the 1930s French movement known as poetic realism, it recounts the trapping of a gangster on the run in Algiers, who believes that he is safe from arrest in the Casbah.
Véronique Silver was a French actress.
The Farm of Seven Sins is a 1949 French historical drama film directed by Jean Devaivre and starring Jacques Dumesnil, Claude Génia and Aimé Clariond.
Rasputin is a 1938 French historical film directed by Marcel L'Herbier and starring Harry Baur, Marcelle Chantal and Pierre Richard-Willm. It depicts the rise and fall of the Russian mystic Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin, the advisor to the Romanov royal family. The film's sets were designed by the art director Guy de Gastyne.
Lucrezia Borgia is a 1935 French historical film directed by Abel Gance and starring Edwige Feuillère, Gabriel Gabrio and Maurice Escande.
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The Weaker Sex is a 1933 French comedy film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Mireille Balin, Victor Boucher and Pierre Brasseur. It was based on a 1929 stage farce of the same name by Édouard Bourdet.
Immediate Call is a 1939 French comedy drama film directed by Léon Mathot and starring Mireille Balin, Roger Duchesne and Bernard Lancret.
Golden Venus is a 1938 French adventure film directed by Jean Delannoy and Charles Méré and starring Jacques Copeau, Daniel Lecourtois and Mireille Balin.
Girls of Paris is a 1936 French film directed by Claude Vermorel and starring Michel Simon, Mireille Balin and Paul Azaïs.
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The Kiss of Fire is a 1937 French romantic comedy film directed by Augusto Genina and starring Tino Rossi, Michel Simon, Mireille Balin and Viviane Romance. The film is based on the 1924 novel Naples au baiser de feu by Auguste Bailly. It had previously been made as a 1925 silent film and was later adapted again for a remake Napoli terra d'amore in 1954.
The Seventh Commandment is a 1957 French comedy film directed by Raymond Bernard and starring Edwige Feuillère, Jacques Dumesnil and Jacques Morel. The title is a reference to the seventh of the Ten Commandments in the Roman Catholic tradition, "Thou shalt not steal". It was shot at the Neuilly Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Paul-Louis Boutié.
The Murderer is Afraid at Night is a 1942 French crime drama film directed by Jean Delannoy and starring Mireille Balin, Jean Chevrier and Louise Carletti. A film noir it was shot at the Victorine Studios in Nice in Vichy-controlled France. The film's sets were designed by the art director Georges Wakhévitch. It may have also acted as an allegory for Occupied France to look forward to a future when it is free after its Liberation.
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