|The Revenge of Roger|
|Directed by||André Cayatte|
|Based on||Roger la Honte by Jules Mary|
|Edited by||Germaine Fouquet|
|Music by||René Sylviano|
|23 October 1946|
The Revenge of Roger (French: La revanche de Roger la Honte) is a 1946 French historical crime film directed by André Cayatte and starring Lucien Coëdel, María Casares and Paul Bernard. The film is based on a novel by Jules Mary.  It was a sequel to the film Roger la Honte also directed by Cayatte which had been shot in 1945 but was released in 1946. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Colombier.
André Cayatte was a French filmmaker, writer and lawyer, who became known for his films centering on themes of crime, justice, and moral responsibility.
María Casares was a Spanish-French actress and one of the most distinguished stars of the French stage and cinema. She was credited in France as Maria Casarès.
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Jean d'Yd was the stage name of Jean Paul Félix Didier Perret. He was a French actor and comedian, and was born in Paris on 17 May 1880. He died in Vernon, Eure, France on 14 May 1964.
Before the Deluge is a 1954 French-Italian drama film directed by André Cayatte. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival. It was shot at the Billancourt Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Colombier.
The Charterhouse of Parma is a 1948 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Renée Faure, Gérard Philipe and Maria Casarès. It is based on the 1839 novel of the same name by Stendhal. The film's sets were created by the art directors Jean d'Eaubonne and Ottavio Scotti and the costumes were designed by Georges Annenkov. The film was made at the Cinecittà Studios in Rome while location shooting took place in Italy around Milan and Lake Como.
Roger la Honte is a 1946 French historical drama film directed by André Cayatte and starring Lucien Coëdel, María Casares and Paul Bernard. The film is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Jules Mary. It was followed by a sequel The Revenge of Roger featuring many of the original cast and released the same year.
The Idiot is a 1946 French drama film directed by Georges Lampin and starring Edwige Feuillère, Lucien Coëdel and Jean Debucourt. It is an adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel The Idiot. The film's sets were designed by Léon Barsacq, credited as the art director. It was shot at the Epinay and Neuilly Studios in Paris.
Roger la Honte may refer to:
Roger la Honte is a 1922 French silent historical film directed by Jacques de Baroncelli and starring Rita Jolivet, Gabriel Signoret and Maggy Théry. It is an adaption of the novel of the same title by Jules Mary.
Roger la Honte is an 1886 novel by the French writer Jules Mary. Its melodramatic plot takes place around the time of the Franco-Prussian War. It is his best known work. In 1887-1889 he published a sequel The Revenge of Roger la Honte which was released in two parts.
Jules Mary was a French novelist. His melodramas were traditionally popular subjects for adaptation by filmmakers, and his best-known work Roger la Honte has been made into films five times.
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The Man Who Returns from Afar is a 1950 French thriller film directed by Jean Castanier and starring Annabella, Paul Bernard and María Casares. It is based on the 1916 novel of the same title by Gaston Leroux.
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