Paul Armont

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Cast of the premiere of the play Fiúk, lányok, kutyák (Face to the Wind/No More Vacation for the Good Lord) by Paul Armont & Paul Vandenberghe, November 29, 1957 in the chamber theatre of the National Theatre of Szeged, Hungary

Paul Armont (1874–1943) was a Russian-born French playwright and screenwriter. He also collaborated with the Swiss writer Marcel Gerbidon. He was born Dimitri Petrococchino in Rostov in the Russian Empire.

Selected plays

  • 1913 – Le Chevalier au masque, co-written by Jean Manoussi
  • 1920 – La Maison du passeur, episode of World War I, co-written by Louis Verneuil
  • 1934 – Le Coup du parapluie
  • 1939 – Garçons, filles et chiens (Face to the Wind), co-written by Paul Vandenberghe

In collaboration with Nicolas Nancey

  • 1905 – Le Truc du Brésilien
  • 1906 – Le Trèfle à quatre
  • 1909 – Théodore et Cie
  • 1920 – Le Zèbre

In collaboration with Marcel Gerbidon

  • 1914 – La Tontine
  • 1916 – Le Coq en pâte
  • 1916 – Le Mari garçon
  • 1918 – School for Coquettes, Théâtre du Grand-Guignol
  • 1923 – Dicky, co-written with Jean Manoussi
  • 1924 – Un chien qui rapporte
  • 1925 – Alain, sa mère et sa maîtresse
  • 1925 – Jeunes filles de palaces
  • 1927 – Le Club des loufoques
  • 1927 – L'Enlèvement, Théâtre de la Michodière, 6 September
  • 1928 – Souris d'hôtel
  • 1929 – L'Enlèvement
  • 1929 – L'Amoureuse Aventure
  • 1930 – Coiffeur pour dames
  • 1930 – Fleurs de luxe, Théâtre Daunou
  • 1933 – Un soir de réveillon (operetta), lyrics Jean Boyer, music Raoul Moretti

In collaboration with Jacques Bousquet

  • 1921 – Comédienne
  • 1925 – Le Danseur de Madame

In collaboration with Léopold Marchand

  • 1923 – La Femme du jour, Théâtre de la Potinière
  • 1924 – Le Tailleur au château
  • 1931 – Ces messieurs de la Santé
  • 1938 – Le Valet maître, Théâtre de la Michodière

Filmography

External links

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