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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Willy Rozier
Born
William Xavier Rozier

27 June 1901
Died29 May 1983(1983-05-29) (aged 81)
Years active19311976

Willy Rozier (27 June 1901 – 29 May 1983) was a French actor, film director, film producer and screenwriter who also used the pseudonym Xavier Vallier.[1]

Filmography

Director

  • Les Monts en flammes (1931)
  • Calais-Dover (1931)
  • Le Petit Écart (1931)
  • The Night at the Hotel (1931)
  • Avec l'assurance (1932)
  • Trois cent à l'heure (1934)
  • Pluie d'or (1935)
  • Maria de la nuit (1936)
  • Veinte mil duros (1936)
  • Les Hommes de proie [fr] (1937)
  • Les Anges noirs (film) [fr] (1937)
  • Champions de France (1938)
  • Espoirs [fr] (19411)
  • Mélodie pour toi [fr] (1942)
  • L'Auberge de l'abîme [fr] (1943)
  • Solita de Cordoue (1946)
  • Les Trafiquants de la mer [fr] (1947)
  • Monsieur Chasse [fr] (1947)
  • 56 rue Pigalle [fr] (1948)
  • L'Épave (film, 1949) [fr] (1949)
  • Le Bagnard [fr] (1951)
  • Les Amants maudits (film) [fr] (1951)
  • Manina, the Girl in the Bikini (1952)
  • The Adventurer of Chad (1953)
  • Your Turn, Callaghan (1955)
  • More Whiskey for Callaghan (1955)
  • Et par ici la sortie [fr] (1957)
  • Un homme se penche sur son passé (film, 1958) [fr] (1958)
  • Callaghan remet ça [fr] (1960)
  • Prisonniers de la brousse [fr] (1960)
  • Le Roi des montagnes [fr] (1964)
  • Les Chiens dans la nuit [fr] (1965)
  • Les Têtes brûlées (film) [fr] (1969)
  • Dany la ravageuse [fr] (1972)
  • Dora, la frénésie du plaisir [fr] (1976)

Actor

Theatre

References

External links

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