Abel Gance

(1889—1981) French film director

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Probably the most imaginative, certainly the most grandiose French film director of the silent era. The eight‐hour, three‐screen Napoléon (1926) is filmed history (and the Napoleonic myth) at its ...

Subjects: Literature.

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