Michel Jacques Boisrond
9 October 1921
|Died||10 November 2002 81) (aged|
|Occupation||Film director, screenwriter|
Michel Jacques Boisrond (9 October 1921, Châteauneuf-en-Thymerais – 10 November 2002, La Celle-Saint-Cloud) was a French film director and screenwriter.  His work spanned five decades, from the 1950s to the 1990s.
A former apprentice of Jean Delannoy, Jean Cocteau, and René Clair, Michel Boisrond debuted as a full-fledged director in 1955 with Cette Sacrée Gamine starring Brigitte Bardot.
His works typically fall into the comedy, romance, or comedy drama genres. 
|1947||Histoire de chanter||Assistant Director||Directed by Gilles Grangier|
|Rocambole||Directed by Jacques de Baroncelli|
|La revanche de Baccarat||Directed by Jacques de Baroncelli|
|Rendez-vous à Paris||Directed by Gilles Grangier (2)|
|1948||Ruy Blas||Directed by Pierre Billon|
|1949||Jo la Romance||Directed by Gilles Grangier (3)|
|1950||Beauty and the Devil||Directed by René Clair|
|1951||Les petites Cardinal||Directed by Gilles Grangier (4)|
|Deux sous de violettes||Technical collaborator||Directed by Jean Anouilh|
|1952||The Snows of Kilimanjaro||Assistant Director||Directed by Henry King|
|Beauties of the Night||Directed by René Clair (2)|
|1953||Un acte d'amour||Directed by Anatole Litvak|
|Un caprice de Caroline chérie||Directed by Jean-Devaivre|
|1954||Crainquebille||Directed by Ralph Habib|
|1955||The Grand Maneuver||Directed by René Clair (3)|
|Interdit de séjour||Directed by Maurice de Canonge|
|Escale à Orly||Directed by Jean Dréville|
|Mr. Arkadin||Production manager||Directed by Orson Welles|
|1956||Lorsque l'enfant paraît||Director|
|Naughty Girl||Director & Writer|
|It Happened in Aden|
|1959||Women Are Weak||Nominated - Mar del Plata International Film Festival - Best Film|
|Come Dance with Me|
|Way of Youth||Director|
|1960||Love and the Frenchwoman|
|1961||Famous Love Affairs|
|Un soir sur la plage||Director & Writer|
|1962||Tales of Paris|
|How to Succeed in Love||Director|
|1964||How Do You Like My Sister?|
|Comment épouser un premier ministre|
|Cherchez l'idole||Director & Producer|
|1966||Atout cœur à Tokyo pour OSS 117||Director|
|1967||L'homme qui valait des milliards||Director & Writer|
|1968||The Private Lesson||Director, Writer & Actor|
|1970||Du soleil plein les yeux||Director & Writer|
|1971||On est toujours trop bon avec les femmes||Director|
|1972||Le petit poucet|
|1974||Dis-moi que tu m'aimes||Director & Writer|
|1975||Catherine et Compagnie||Director|
|1977-78||Les folies Offenbach||TV Mini-Series|
|1981||Histoire contemporaine||Director & Writer||TV Mini-Series|
|1982||Toutes griffes dehors||Director||TV Mini-Series|
|1984||Tout comme un homme||TV Movie|
|Le Bon Plaisir||Actor||Directed by Francis Girod|
|1986-87||Le Tiroir secret||Director||TV Mini-Series|
|1986-91||Série rose||TV Series (4 Episodes)|
|1987||Cinéma 16||TV Series (1 Episode)|
|1989-90||Le retour d'Arsène Lupin||TV Series (2 Episodes)|
|1991||Marie Curie, une femme honorable||TV Mini-Series|
|1992||Séparément vôtre||TV Movie|
|1993||Meurtre en ut majeur||Director & Writer||TV Movie|
|1995||L'histoire du samedi||Writer||TV Series (1 Episode)|
|Police des polices||Director||TV Series (6 Episodes)|
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