|The Green Domino|
|Produced by||Alfred Greven|
Universum Film (UFA)
|Distributed by||L'Alliance Cinématographique Européenne (ACE)|
The Green Domino (French : Le Domino vert) is a 1935 French/German drama film directed by Henri Decoin and Herbert Selpin, based on play by Erich Ebermayer. It tells the story of a rich heiress who falls in love with an art critic after his wife has been murdered. It was released on DVD in France on 5 April 2007.
Maurice Druon was a French novelist and a member of the Académie Française, of which he served as "Perpetual Secretary" (chairman) between 1985 and 1999.
Une page d'amour is the eighth novel in the 'Rougon-Macquart' series by Émile Zola, set among the petite bourgeoisie in Second Empire suburban Paris. It was first serialised between December 11, 1877, and April 4, 1878, in Le Bien public, before being published in novel form by Charpentier in April 1878.
Jean d'Aulon (1390–1458) was a French knight and lord best known for serving alongside Jeanne d'Arc as her soldier, steward, bodyguard, and squire. Some sources incorrectly attribute the role of d'Arc's bodyguard to Gilles de Rais. d'Aulon was an avid and detailed journaler and his records, considered to be honest and straightforward, set the foundation for what we know about Jeanne d'Arc, including her apparent amenorrhea.
Henri Decoin was a French film director and screenwriter, who directed more than 50 films between 1933 and 1964. He was also a swimmer who won the national title in 1911 and held the national record in the 500 m freestyle. He competed in the 400 m freestyle at the 1908 Summer Olympics and in the water polo tournament at the 1912 Summer Olympics.
Jeanne Granier was a French soprano, born and died in Paris, whose career was centred on the French capital.
Maurice Escande was a French stage and film actor. In 1948 he starred in the film The Lame Devil under Sacha Guitry.
The Secret of Helene Marimon is a 1954 French-Italian drama film directed by Henri Calef and starring Isa Miranda, Franck Villard and Carla Del Poggio. The scenario was based on the novel of J. B. Cherrier "Les cahiers du conseiller Marimon".
Pamela is a 1945 French historical drama film directed by Pierre de Hérain and starring Fernand Gravey, Renée Saint-Cyr and Georges Marchal.
Joan the Maid is a two-part 1994 French historical film directed by Jacques Rivette. It chronicles the life of Joan of Arc from the French perspective.
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.
Women's Games is a 1946 French comedy film directed by Maurice Cloche and starring Jacques Dumesnil, Hélène Perdrière and Saturnin Fabre.
The Ladies in the Green Hats is a 1949 French comedy film directed by Fernand Rivers and starring Colette Richard, Henri Guisol and Marguerite Pierry. It was the third adaptation of Germaine Acremant's novel of the same title to be made.
Henri Beaulieu was a French stage and film actor, theatre managing director and author.
The Mysteries of Paris is a 1935 French drama film directed by Félix Gandéra and starring Lucien Baroux, Madeleine Ozeray and Marcelle Géniat. It is based on the novel The Mysteries of Paris by Eugène Sue.
Marcelle Géniat (1881-1959) was a French film actress.
It's All Adam's Fault or In Six Easy Lessons is a 1958 French comedy film directed by Jacqueline Audry and starring Dany Robin, Jacques Sernas and Mijanou Bardot.
Henri Jean Pontoy was a French painter. His work was part of the painting event in the art competition at the 1924 Summer Olympics.
Albert Brasseur was the stage name of the French actor Jules Cyrille Albert Dumont.
The Seventh Commandment is a 1957 French comedy film directed by Raymond Bernard and starring Edwige Feuillère, Jacques Dumesnil and Jacques Morel. The title is a reference to the seventh of the Ten Commandments in the Roman Catholic tradition, "Thou shalt not steal". It was shot at the Neuilly Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Paul-Louis Boutié.
The Green Domino is a 1935 German mystery drama film directed by Herbert Selpin and starring Brigitte Horney, Karl Ludwig Diehl and Theodor Loos. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin and on location in Bavaria around Munich and the Tegernsee. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Hunte and Willy Schiller. It is based on the novel Der Fall Claasen by Erich Ebermayer. A separate French-language version Le Domino vert was also produced, directed by Selpin and Henri Decoin but featuring a different cast.