Marcel Pagnol (; 28 February 1895 – 18 April 1974) was a French novelist, playwright, and filmmaker. In 1946, he became the first filmmaker elected to the Académie Française.
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... Although the credited basis of Port of Seven Seas was Marcel Pagnol's 1931 play Fanny, the screenplay incorporated some incidents from three French films written by Pagnol based ... Marcel Pagnol and Raimu (the great French actor who played Cesar in the French plays and movies) were invited but did not come, supposedly for fear or air travel ... later in 1938 at the movie theatre "Le Noailles" with Wallace Beary, Marcel Pagnol and Raimu ...
... Marcel Pagnol, Marius (1929 play) Marcel Pagnol, Fanny (1932 play) Dorothy L ... Marcel Pagnol, César (1936 play) Grace Metalious, Peyton Place (1956 novel) The main plot follows the lives of three women in a small New England town — lonely, repressed Constance MacKenzie, her ...
... French novelist Marcel Pagnol refers to the canal in his memoirs, Le Château de ma mère, where his father is given a key which enables him to enter the canal through private property and thus shorten ...
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“How the devil am I to prove to my counsel that I dont know my murderous impulses through C.G. Jung, jealousy through Marcel Proust, Spain through Hemingway ... Its true, you need never have read these authorities, you can absorb them through your friends, who also live all their experiences second-hand. What an age!”
—Max Frisch (19111991)