|Produced by||Siegfried Fritz Fromm|
|Edited by||Hermann Haller|
|Music by||Alois Melichar|
|Distributed by||Films Sonores Tobis|
Stradivarius is a 1935 drama film directed by Albert Valentin and Géza von Bolváry and starring Pierre Richard-Willm, Edwige Feuillère, and Robert Arnoux.  It was made by Tobis Film as the French-language version of the film Stradivari .
The film's sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler.
Writing for Night and Day in 1937, Graham Greene gave the film a poor review, describing it as "the worst film to be seen in London". Greene's main complaint was the unrealistic and overacted effect of "sublimated sexuality" that the titular violin has on the listeners. Greene also criticized the acting of Bercher and Gauthier in the "dreadful hark-back to seventeenth-century Cremona" where Stradivari creates the violin. 
Antonio Stradivari was an Italian luthier and a craftsman of string instruments such as violins, cellos, guitars, violas and harps. The Latinized form of his surname, Stradivarius, as well as the colloquial Strad are terms often used to refer to his instruments. It is estimated that Stradivari produced 1,116 instruments, of which 960 were violins. Around 650 instruments survive, including 450 to 512 violins. His instruments are considered some of the finest ever made, and are extremely valuable collector's items.
Day for Night is a 1973 French comedy-drama romance film directed by François Truffaut, starring Jacqueline Bisset, Jean-Pierre Léaud, and Truffaut himself. The original French title is La Nuit américaine, the French name for the filmmaking process whereby sequences filmed outdoors in daylight are shot with a filter over the camera lens or also using film stock balanced for tungsten (indoor) light and underexposed to appear as if they are taking place at night. In English, the technique is called day for night.
Edwige Feuillère was a French stage and film actress.
Pierre Richard-Willm was a French stage and film actor during the 1930s and 1940s.
Le Grand Jeu is a 1934 French film directed by Jacques Feyder. It is a romantic drama set against the background of the French Foreign Legion, and the film was an example of poetic realism in the French cinema. The title Le Grand Jeu refers to the practice of reading the cards. Blanche asks whether her client wants the 'full works', the whole story: "Alors... je te fais le grand jeu?"
Life Together is a 1958 French comedy film directed by Clément Duhour. It features an ensemble star cast including Fernandel, Pierre Brasseur Lilli Palmer, Danielle Darrieux, Jean Marais, Edwige Feuillère, Gérard Philipe and Sophie Desmarets. The screenplay was written by Sacha Guitry, his final work before his death the same year.
The Alley Cat is a 1929 British-German silent drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Mabel Poulton, Jack Trevor and Clifford McLaglen. The film was made as a co-production between the British company British & Foreign and the German Orplid-Film. Its German title was Nachtgestalten. The film was shot in Britain, partly on location in London. It was based on a novel by Anthony Carlyle.
Southern Mail or Southern Carrier is a 1937 French action film directed by Pierre Billon and starring Pierre Richard-Willm, Jany Holt and Raymond Aimos. It is adapted from the 1929 novel of the same name by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Woman of Malacca is a 1937 French drama film directed by Marc Allégret and starring Edwige Feuillère, Pierre Richard-Willm and Betty Daussmond. It was based on a 1935 novel by the French writer Francis de Croisset. It was a major success on its initial release.
Serenade or Schubert's Serenade is a 1940 French historical film directed by Jean Boyer and starring Lilian Harvey, Louis Jouvet and Bernard Lancret. It portrays a fictional romance between the Austrian composer Franz Schubert and an English dancer. The film was the first of two the Anglo-German actress Lillian Harvey made in France, after leaving Nazi Germany.
Compliments of Mister Flow or Mister Flow is a 1936 French mystery film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Fernand Gravey, Edwige Feuillère and Louis Jouvet. It was based on the 1927 novel Mister Flow by Gaston Leroux.
Nitchevo is a 1936 French drama film directed by Jacques de Baroncelli and starring Harry Baur, Marcelle Chantal and George Rigaud. It is a remake of the 1926 silent film of the same name.
The Emigrant is a 1940 French comedy film directed by Léo Joannon and starring Edwige Feuillère, Jean Chevrier and Georges Lannes.
Life Dances On or Christine or Dance Program is a 1937 French drama film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Marie Bell, Françoise Rosay and Louis Jouvet. Duvivier's American film Lydia (1941) is to some extent a remake of this one.
Lost Souvenirs is a 1950 French drama film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Bernard Blier, Pierre Brasseur and Suzy Delair.
Another World is a 1937 French-German drama film directed by Marc Allégret and Alfred Stöger and starring Käthe Gold, Karl Ludwig Diehl and Franz Schafheitlin.
Merchant of Love is a 1935 French comedy film directed by Edmond T. Gréville and starring Jean Galland, Rosine Deréan and Françoise Rosay.
Anne-Marie is a 1936 French drama film directed by Raymond Bernard and starring Annabella, Pierre Richard-Willm and Paul Azaïs. If features Annabella as an aspiring young pilot.
Luisa Passerini is an Italian cultural historian. Formerly Professor of Cultural History at the University of Turin, she is External Professor of History at the European University Institute, Florence, and Visiting Professor in the Oral History Masters Program at Columbia University, New York.