Pierre Dux

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Pierre Dux
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Festival d'Avignon. 1972
Born(1908-10-21)21 October 1908
Paris, France
Died1 December 1990(1990-12-01) (aged 82)
Paris, France
Years active1932–1990

Pierre Dux (21 October 1908 1 December 1990) was a French stage director, stage actor, and film actor. He appeared in 50 films between 1932 and 1990. [1]



1932 The Marriage of Mademoiselle Beulemans Albert Delpierre Jean Choux
1934Les précieuses ridiculesDu CroissyLéonce Perret
1935Le Monde où l'on s'ennuiePaul RaymondPaul Raymond
1935La marmailleDominique Bernard-Deschamps
1935Marie des AngoissesJean de Quersac Michel Bernheim
1938 Return at Dawn Karl Ammer Henri Decoin
1942Dernière aventureJean Bernard Robert Péguy
1946 Patrie Jonas Louis Daquin
1946 The Queen's Necklace Cagliostro Marcel L'Herbier
1947 The Royalists Hulot Henri Calef
1947 Monsieur Vincent Le chancelier Séguier Maurice Cloche
1948 The Last Vacation Valentin Simonet Roger Leenhardt
1949Jean de la LuneRichard Verdelet - un industriel parisien - amoureux de Marceline Marcel Achard
1949 Doctor Laennec Prof. Récamier Maurice Cloche
1950 The Paris Waltz General Danicheff Marcel Achard
1951 Shadow and Light Doctor Gennari Henri Calef
1951Gibier de potenceLe père Quentin Roger Richebé
1953 Lettre ouverte Monsieur Lesage Alex Joffé
1954 Poisson d’avril Gaston Prévost Gilles Grangier
1955Sophie et le CrimeCommissaire Moret Pierre Gaspard-Huit
1955 The Grand Maneuver the Colonel René Clair
1956 Meeting in Paris Florent Saint-Valier Georges Lampin
1958 The Mask of the Gorilla Veslot Bernard Borderie
1958 The Lord's Vineyard Comte Hubert Martin de Kardec Jean Boyer
1958 Le chant du Styrène Narrator Alain Resnais
1959 Green Harvest L'aumônier du lycée François Villiers
1961 Goodbye Again Maître FleuryAnatol Litvak
1961 Famous Love Affairs Joseph Talma Michel Boisrond (segment "Les comédiennes")
1961Les croulants se portent bienL'éditeur Emile CadeauJean Boyer
1963 The Day and the Hour Le commissaire divisionnaire Marboz - de la Police Judiciaire René Clément
1964 Behold a Pale Horse Fred Zinnemann Uncredited
1964 Patate Leon Rollo dit PatateRobert Thomas
1966 Is Paris Burning? Alexandre Parodi René Clément
1969 Z the police chief Costa-Gavras
1969La MainLe chiffonnier / Le psychanalysteHenri Glaeser
1970 La Horse Le juge d'instruction Pierre Granier-Deferre
1975 Special Section General State Attorney CavarrocCosta-Gavras
1980 Trois hommes à abattre Emmerich Jacques Deray
1981Plein sudRognon Luc Béraud
1981La vie continueMaxMoshe Mizrachi
1988 The Reader the magistrate Michel Deville
1991Plaisir d'amourCornéliusNelly Kaplan

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