Edmond Gréville Thonger, dit Edmond T. Gréville, est un réalisateur français, né le 20 juin 1906 à Nice (Alpes-Maritimes), ville où il est mort le 26 mai 1966.

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  • Edmond Gréville Thonger, dit Edmond T. Gréville, est un réalisateur français, né le 20 juin 1906 à Nice (Alpes-Maritimes), ville où il est mort le 26 mai 1966.
  • Edmond Gréville Thonger (* 20. Juni 1906 in Nizza, Alpes-Maritimes, Frankreich; † 26. Mai 1966 ebenda) war ein französischer Filmregisseur und Drehbuchautor, der zwischen den 1930er und 1960er Jahren über 30 internationale Kinofilme realisierte, darunter Filme wie Die seidene Schlinge, Heiß auf nackten Steinen, Die unheimlichen Hände des Dr. Orlak oder Die Lügner.
  • Edmond T. Gréville (real name Edmond Gréville Thonger, 20 June 1906 Nice – 26 May 1966, Nice) was a French film director and screenwriter.The son of Franco-British parents, his father a Protestant pastor, Gréville began his career as a film journalist and critic. In parallel with a few acting performances in some silent films and in the first talkie of René Clair, Sous les toits de Paris (1930), he directed his first short films. His first experience of directing had been on the shooting of Abel Gance's Napoléon in 1927. He had then worked as an assistant director, notably on the English film Piccadilly, L'Arlésienne (directed by Jacques de Baroncelli), Augusto Genina's Prix de beauté ( with Louise Brooks) and Abel Gance's La Fin du Monde. Between 1930 and 1940 he directed several French films - Le Train des suicidés (1931), Remous (1934) with Françoise Rosay (a social-realist film on the sensitive sexual issue of impotence), and two comedy musical films Princesse Tam Tam (1935) with Josephine Baker, and Gypsy Melody (1936), with Lupe Vélez. In Britain again, he filmed Mademoiselle Docteur with Dita Parlo and John Loder, and Menaces (1938) with Mireille Balin and Erich von Stroheim, playing an Austrian refugee who commits suicide following the Anschluss. With a heavy atmosphere charged with eroticism which characterises his films, Gréville imposed his independence and original style on the cinema of the time.He stopped directing films during the Second World War and the Occupation - xenophobia and anti-Semitism ruined or put a stop to some careers, among film-makers those of Léonide Moguy and Pierre Chenal for example, both French Jews, and the half-British Gréville, and took away production and distribution companies belonging to Jews like the father and son distributors Siriztky. In 1948 he made a film on the subject of resistance and collaboration in the Anglo-Dutch film Niet tevergeefs/But Not in Vain. The same year he made a film with Carole Landis, Noose. In Le Port du désir (1954) he directed Jean Gabin as a captain confronted by an unscrupulous smuggler and torn by his love for a young woman who is also loved by a younger man. In Gréville's last years he made Beat Girl (1959) with Adam Faith and a horror film The Hands of Orlac (1960) with Mel Ferrer. His last film was L'Accident (1963) with Magali Noël based on a Frédéric David novel.In May 1966, Edmond Gréville died in hospital in Nice, thought to be the result of complications following a car accident.
  • Edmond T. Gréville (20 de junio de 1906 – 26 de mayo de 1966) fue un director y guionista cinematográfico de nacionalidad francesa.
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  • Edmond Gréville Thonger, dit Edmond T. Gréville, est un réalisateur français, né le 20 juin 1906 à Nice (Alpes-Maritimes), ville où il est mort le 26 mai 1966.
  • Edmond Gréville Thonger (* 20. Juni 1906 in Nizza, Alpes-Maritimes, Frankreich; † 26. Mai 1966 ebenda) war ein französischer Filmregisseur und Drehbuchautor, der zwischen den 1930er und 1960er Jahren über 30 internationale Kinofilme realisierte, darunter Filme wie Die seidene Schlinge, Heiß auf nackten Steinen, Die unheimlichen Hände des Dr. Orlak oder Die Lügner.
  • Edmond T. Gréville (20 de junio de 1906 – 26 de mayo de 1966) fue un director y guionista cinematográfico de nacionalidad francesa.
  • Edmond T. Gréville (real name Edmond Gréville Thonger, 20 June 1906 Nice – 26 May 1966, Nice) was a French film director and screenwriter.The son of Franco-British parents, his father a Protestant pastor, Gréville began his career as a film journalist and critic. In parallel with a few acting performances in some silent films and in the first talkie of René Clair, Sous les toits de Paris (1930), he directed his first short films.
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