René Le Somptier, né le 12 novembre 1884 à Caen et mort le 23 septembre 1950 à Paris, est un cinéaste, journaliste et poète français.

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  • René Le Somptier, né le 12 novembre 1884 à Caen et mort le 23 septembre 1950 à Paris, est un cinéaste, journaliste et poète français.
  • René Eugène Le Somptier (Caen, 12 November 1884 - Paris, 23 September 1950) was a French filmmaker and journalist.He made his first short film, Poum à la chasse, in 1908 with his father as an actor. He was injured in World War I and after the war together with Charles Burguet made his first full length film, La sultane de l’amour (1918).In 1922 he produced La dame de Montsoreau based on a novel by Alexandre Dumas, starring Geneviève Félix. A colorized version was released in 1925.
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  • René Le Somptier, né le 12 novembre 1884 à Caen et mort le 23 septembre 1950 à Paris, est un cinéaste, journaliste et poète français.
  • René Eugène Le Somptier (Caen, 12 November 1884 - Paris, 23 September 1950) was a French filmmaker and journalist.He made his first short film, Poum à la chasse, in 1908 with his father as an actor. He was injured in World War I and after the war together with Charles Burguet made his first full length film, La sultane de l’amour (1918).In 1922 he produced La dame de Montsoreau based on a novel by Alexandre Dumas, starring Geneviève Félix. A colorized version was released in 1925.
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  • René Le Somptier
  • René Le Somptier
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