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Jean Renoir

Jean RenoirBorn: 15-Sep-1894
Birthplace: Paris, France
Died: 12-Feb-1979
Location of death: Beverly Hills, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Essoyes Cimetière, Essoyes, Aube, France

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Film Director

Nationality: France
Executive summary: La Grande Illusion

Father: Auguste Renoir (impressionist painter, d. 1919)
Brother: Pierre Renoir (actor, b. 21-Mar-1885, d. 11-Mar-1952)
Wife: Catherline Hessling (actress, m. 24-Jan-1920, separated 1930, div. 1943)
Wife: Dido Freire (m. 6-Feb-1944, div. or separated)
Girlfriend: Marguerite Renoir (film editor, Renoir's girlfriend until his death)

    French Legion of Honor
    Risk Factors: Obesity

    The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir (15-Dec-1970)
    The Elusive Corporal (23-May-1962)
    Picnic on the Grass (11-Nov-1959)
    Experiment in Evil (1959)
    Elena and Her Men (12-Sep-1956)
    French Cancan (27-Dec-1954)
    The Golden Coach (27-Feb-1953)
    The River (10-Sep-1951)
    The Woman on the Beach (2-Jun-1947)
    The Diary of a Chambermaid (15-Feb-1946)
    The Southerner (30-Apr-1945)
    This Land Is Mine (17-Mar-1943)
    Swamp Water (16-Nov-1941)
    The Rules of the Game (8-Jul-1939)
    La Bête Humaine (9-Dec-1938)
    La Marseillaise (2-Feb-1938)
    La Grande Illusion (8-Jun-1937)
    The Lower Depths (3-Dec-1936)
    La vie est à nous (7-Apr-1936)
    The Crime of Monsieur Lange (24-Jan-1936)
    Partie de campagne (1936)
    Toni (22-Feb-1935)
    Madame Bovary (28-Dec-1933)
    Boudu Saved from Drowning (11-Nov-1932)
    Night at the Crossroads (18-Apr-1932)
    La Chienne (19-Nov-1931)
    On purge bébé (21-Jun-1931)
    Charleston Parade (19-Mar-1927)
    Nana (27-Apr-1926)

    The Christian Licorice Store (Nov-1971) · Himself
    The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir (15-Dec-1970)
    The Rules of the Game (8-Jul-1939) · Octave
    La Bête Humaine (9-Dec-1938)
    La vie est à nous (7-Apr-1936)
    Partie de campagne (1936) · Uncle Poulain
    Charleston Parade (19-Mar-1927)

Author of books:
Renoir My Father (1962, biography)

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