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Société des Cinéromans

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The Société des Cinéromans was a French film production company of the silent movie era.

History

In 1919, Gaston Leroux founded the Société des Cinéromans in Nice with René Navarre and Arthur Bernède to publish novels and turn them into films.

The company was taken over by Pathé in 1922. It continued producing films until 1930.

Filmography

  • 1919: La Nouvelle Aurore in 16 episodes ;
  • 1920: Tue-la-mort (1920) en 12 episodes, where his daughter Madeleine, aged 13, took the role of Canzonetta ;
  • 1921: Le Sept de trèfle in 12 episodes ;
  • 1922: Rouletabille chez les bohémiens [fr] in 10 episodes.

Under Pathé:

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