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Jean Renoir

The French Films, 1924–1939

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ISBN 9780674433205

Publication Date: 01/01/1980

463 pages

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  • Prologue: 1894–1924
  • 1. First Films: Catherine and La Fille de l’eau (1924)
  • 2. Nana (1926)
  • 3. Charleston and Marquitta (1927)
  • 4. La Petite Marchande d’allumettes (1928)
  • 5. Tire au flanc (1928)
  • 6. Le Tournoi and Le Bled (1929)
  • 7. On purge bébé (1931)
  • 8. La Chienne (1931)
  • 9. La Nuit du carrefour (1932)
  • 10. Boudu sauvé des eaux (1932)
  • 11. Chotard et Cie. (1933)
  • 12. Madame Bovary (1934)
  • 13. Toni (1935)
  • 14. Le Crime de Μ. Lange (1936)
  • 15. La Vie est à nous (1936)
  • 16. Une Partie de Campagne (1936–1946)
  • 17. Les Bas Fonds (1936)
  • 18. La Grande Illusion (1937)
  • 19. La Marseillaise (1938)
  • 20. La Bête humaine (1938)
  • 21. La Règle du jeu (1939)
  • Epilogue: 1940
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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