Léon Poirier, Louis, Marie, Léon, Alfred Poirier pour l'état civil, est un réalisateur français, né le 25 août 1884 à Paris, mort le 27 juin 1968 à Urval (Dordogne).

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  • Léon Poirier, Louis, Marie, Léon, Alfred Poirier pour l'état civil, est un réalisateur français, né le 25 août 1884 à Paris, mort le 27 juin 1968 à Urval (Dordogne).
  • Léon Poirier (August 25, 1884 – June 27, 1968) was a French film director, screenwriter and film producer best known for his silent films from 1913 onwards. He directed some 25 films between 1913 and 1949 .His most famous film today is his drama-documentary depicting the World War I Battle of Verdun. His later films adopted a form of poetic realism influenced by pictorialist photography.
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  • Léon Poirier, Louis, Marie, Léon, Alfred Poirier pour l'état civil, est un réalisateur français, né le 25 août 1884 à Paris, mort le 27 juin 1968 à Urval (Dordogne).
  • Léon Poirier (August 25, 1884 – June 27, 1968) was a French film director, screenwriter and film producer best known for his silent films from 1913 onwards. He directed some 25 films between 1913 and 1949 .His most famous film today is his drama-documentary depicting the World War I Battle of Verdun. His later films adopted a form of poetic realism influenced by pictorialist photography.
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