|Street Without a Name|
|Directed by||Pierre Chenal|
|Music by||Paul Devred|
|2 February 1934|
Street Without a Name (French: La Rue sans nom) is a 1934 French drama film directed by Pierre Chenal and starring Constant Rémy, Gabriel Gabrio and Paule Andral. It is based on the 1930 novel La Rue sans nom by Marcel Aymé. 
Marcel Aymé was a French novelist and playwright, who also wrote screenplays and works for children.
Under the Roofs of Paris is a 1930 French film directed by René Clair. The film was probably the earliest French example of a filmed musical-comedy, although its often dark tone differentiates it from other instances of the genre. It was the first French production of the sound film era to achieve great international success.
Wooden Crosses is a 1932 French war film by Raymond Bernard, based upon a novel by Roland Dorgelès.
The École César-Franck was a music school founded in Paris in January 1935 by Guy de Lioncourt, Louis de Serres, Pierre de Bréville and Marcel Labey. It was produced by a split from the Schola Cantorum following a disagreement over the artistic testament of Vincent d'Indy.
Gabriel Gabrio was a French stage and film actor whose career began in cinema in the silent film era of the 1920s and spanned more than two decades. Gabrio is possibly best recalled for his roles as Jean Valjean in the 1925 Henri Fescourt-directed adaptation of Victor Hugo's Les Misérables, Cesare Borgia in the 1935 Abel Gance-directed biopic Lucrèce Borgia and as Carlos in the 1937 Julien Duvivier-directed gangster film Pépé le Moko, opposite Jean Gabin.
La Rue sans nom is a novel by Marcel Aymé, published in June 1930. It was adapted into a film in 1934 by Pierre Chenal.
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In the Name of the Law is a 1932 French crime film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Marcelle Chantal, Régine Dancourt and Gabriel Gabrio. It was based on a novel by Paul Bringuier. The film was well received by critics. Variety considered Marcelle Chantal's performance "her best so far in talkers".
Judex is a 1934 French crime film directed by Maurice Champreux and starring René Ferté, Louise Lagrange and Paule Andral. It features the hero Judex.
Josette is a 1937 French comedy film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Fernandel, Josette Contandin and Lucien Rozenberg. The film's sets were designed by the art director Pierre Schild.
Roger la Honte is a 1933 French historical drama film directed by Gaston Roudès and starring Constant Rémy, Germaine Rouer and France Dhélia. It is an adaptation of the 1886 novel of the same name by Jules Mary. The film's sets were designed by the art director Claude Bouxin.
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Light Cavalry is a 1935 French-German musical film directed by Werner Hochbaum and starring Mona Goya, Gabriel Gabrio and Constant Rémy. It is the French-language version of Light Cavalry, part of a trend during the 1930s to make Multiple-language versions of productions. Like the German original, it uses music from the operetta Light Cavalry.
Imperial Violets is a 1932 French historical film directed by Henry Roussel and starring Raquel Meller, Suzanne Bianchetti and Georges Péclet. It is a remake of the 1924 silent film of the same title.
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Atlantis is a 1930 drama film directed by Ewald André Dupont and Jean Kemm and starring Maxime Desjardins, Alice Field and Constant Rémy. The film was made as French version of the British film Atlantic, produced by British International Pictures at Elstree Studios. Such Multiple-language versions were common in the early years of sound before dubbing became a more established practice. Like the original version it is based on the 1929 West End play The Berg by Ernest Raymond.