|Written by||Jean-Henri Blanchon|
Jacques de Bérac
|Produced by||Jean-Pierre Frogerais|
|Edited by||William Barache|
|Music by|| Casimir Oberfeld |
Rigolboche is a 1936 French historical musical film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Mistinguett, André Lefaur and Jules Berry.  It portrays a fictionalized version of the life of Rigolboche, the dancer who made the Can-can famous.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Gotkoand Georges Wakhévitch.
School for Coquettes is a 1935 French comedy film directed by Pierre Colombier and starring Raimu, André Lefaur and Renée Saint-Cyr. It is based on the 1918 play School for Coquettes by Marcel Gerbidon and Paul Armont. In Edwardian Paris, a young working-class girl attends an academy which teaches her the arts of a coquette to enable her to rise in society.
The Théâtre des Célestins is a theatre building on Place des Célestins in Lyon, France. It was designed by Gaspard André, and inaugurated in 1877, then in 2005. Alongside the Comédie-Française and the théâtre de l'Odéon, it is one of few theatres with over 200 years' continual usage in France. It is now a municipal theatre directly run by the City of Lyon. It has a contemporary and classical repertoire as well as producing new work.
Maurice Yvain was a French composer noted for his operettas of the 1920s and 1930s. Some of which were written for Mistinguett, at one time the best-paid female entertainer in the world. In the 1930s and 1940s, he became a major success in the United States and several of his pieces appeared in the famous Ziegfeld Follies on Broadway. He also composed music for several films of notable directors such as Anatole Litvak, Julien Duvivier, and Henri-Georges Clouzot. Yvain's music blended with the then "spirit of Paris".
With a Smile is a 1936 French comedy film directed by Maurice Tourneur and based on an original screenplay by Louis Verneuil. The film stars Maurice Chevalier and the title of the film is taken from one of his comic songs "With a Smile".
The Green Jacket is a 1937 French comedy film directed by Roger Richebé and starring Elvire Popesco, Victor Boucher and Jules Berry. It is based on a play by Gaston Arman de Caillavet and Robert de Flers. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jean d'Eaubonne.
Behind the Facade is a 1939 French drama film directed by Georges Lacombe and Yves Mirande and starring Lucien Baroux, Jules Berry and André Lefaur. The film's sets were designed by the art director Lucien Aguettand. It was shot at the Epinay Studios in Paris.
Sacred Woods is a 1939 French comedy film directed by Léon Mathot and starring Elvire Popesco, Gaby Morlay and Victor Boucher. It was based on a play by Robert de Flers and Gaston Arman de Caillavet which had previously been made into a 1915 Italian film by Carmine Gallone. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Gys.
The Fatted Calf is a 1939 French comedy film directed by Serge de Poligny and starring Elvire Popesco, André Lefaur and Armand Bernard. It is based on a play by Bernard Zimmer. The film's sets were designed by Jacques Colombier and Robert Gys.
The Club of Aristocrats is a 1937 French comedy film directed by Pierre Colombier and starring Jules Berry, Elvire Popesco and André Lefaur. The film's art direction was by Jacques Colombier.
Baccara is a 1935 French comedy film directed by Yves Mirande. The film's music was composed by Jean Lenoir.
Paris-New York is a 1940 French comedy film directed by Yves Mirande, Claude Heymann and Georges Lacombe. It stars Gaby Morlay, Michel Simon and André Lefaur.
Blonde is a 1950 French comedy film directed by Maurice Cam and starring Jules Berry, Denise Grey and Marcel André.
27 Rue de la Paix is a 1936 French crime film directed by Richard Pottier and starring Renée Saint-Cyr, Suzy Prim and Jules Berry.
His Highness Love is a 1931 Franco-German comedy film directed by Robert Péguy, Erich Schmidt and Joe May. It stars Annabella, André Alerme and Roger Tréville and was made in Berlin as the French-language version of Her Majesty the Barmaid.
Café de Paris is a 1938 French mystery film directed by Yves Mirande and Georges Lacombe.
Unknown of Monte Carlo is a 1939 French drama film directed by André Berthomieu and starring Dita Parlo, Albert Préjean and Jules Berry. A separate Italian version The Woman of Monte Carlo was also made.
The House Opposite is a 1937 French comedy film directed by Christian-Jaque and Elvire Popesco, André Lefaur and Pierre Stéphen.
The West is a 1938 French drama film directed by Henri Fescourt and starring Charles Vanel, José Noguéro and Hélène Robert. It is a remake of the director's own 1928 silent film of the same title.
Dorothy Looks for Love is a 1945 French drama film directed by Edmond T. Gréville and starring Suzy Carrier, Claude Dauphin and Jules Berry.
The Midnight Sun is a 1943 French adventure film directed by Bernard-Roland and starring Jules Berry, Josseline Gaël and Sessue Hayakawa. It is based on the 1930 novel of the same title by Pierre Benoît. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Dumesnil.