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  1. Jacques Tourneur (French: [tuʁnœʁ]; November 12, 1904 – December 19, 1977) was a French film director known for the classic film noir Out of the Past and a series of low-budget horror films he made for RKO Studios, including Cat People, I Walked with a Zombie, and The Leopard Man.

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  2. Jacques Tourneur - Wikipedia

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    Jacques Tourneur (French: [tuʁnœʁ]; November 12, 1904 – December 19, 1977) was a French film director known for the classic film noir Out of the Past and a series of low-budget horror films he made for RKO Studios, including Cat People, I Walked with a Zombie, and The Leopard Man.

    • 1931–1965
    • December 19, 1977 (aged 73), Bergerac, France
  3. Jacques Tourneur - IMDb

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    Born in Paris in 1904, Tourneur went to Hollywood with his father, director Maurice Tourneur around 1913. He started out as a script clerk and editor for his father, then graduated to such jobs as directing shorts (often with the pseudonym Jack Turner), both in France and America.

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  4. Jacques Tourneur - Biography - IMDb

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    Born in Paris in 1904, Tourneur went to Hollywood with his father, director Maurice Tourneur around 1913. He started out as a script clerk and editor for his father, then graduated to such jobs as directing shorts (often with the pseudonym Jack Turner), both in France and America.

  5. Jacques Tourneur - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Tourneur worked on the films of his father, the gifted visual stylist Maurice Tourneur, in the U.S. and then in Paris, where he made his directorial debut in 1931.

    Tomatometer®
    Audience Score
    Title
    Year
    40%
    19%
    1965
    89%
    70%
    1964
    No Score Yet
    No Score Yet
    1962
    No Score Yet
    No Score Yet
    Mission of Danger
    1959
  6. Jacques Tourneur | French-American director | Britannica

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    Jacques Tourneur, (born November 12, 1904, Paris, France—died December 19, 1977, Bergerac), French American filmmaker of broad range known for horror, film noirs, and westerns.

  7. Jacques Tourneur: Movies, TV, and Bio - amazon.com

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    Born November 12, 1904 in Paris, France Born in Paris in 1904, Tourneur went to Hollywood with his father, director Maurice Tourneur around 1913. He started out as a script clerk and editor for his father, then graduated to such jobs as directing shorts (often with the pseudonym Jack Turner), both in France and America.

  8. Jacques Tourneur is the son of pioneer French director Maurice Tourneur. There is an excellent book length study of his work, Chris Fujiwara's Jacques Tourneur, the Cinema of Nightfall (1998). Please mail your comments to me at mike@mikegrost.com. (Clicking here will bring up mail.)

  9. TSPDT - Jacques Tourneur

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    Jacques Tourneur "Essentially a small-budget director, with a penchant for the macabre. Tourneur's best work was done with producer Val Lewton at RKO: Cat People (1942), I Walked with a Zombie and The Leopard Man (1943)... Whatever the subject-matter, Tourneur brought a sharp camera eye and a vivid atmospheric sense to his work."

  10. Amazon.com: Jacques Tourneur: The Cinema of Nightfall ...

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    Jacques Tourneur has long been a favorite of horror fans, French critics, and a few sensible American observers like Manny Farber as a creator of some of cinema's most subtly potent effects, particularly in his trio of B-horror films for Val Lewton at RKO in the early 1940s and his Lewtonesque Curse of the Demon in 1958.

    • $29.95
    • Mcfarland
    • Chris Fujiwara, Martin Scorsese
    • 1998
  11. Feb 21, 2010 · Jacques Tourneur Before The Leopard Man was even released, Tourneur was reassigned by RKO to their A unit – the execs figured they could double their good fortune by splitting up these two hit-makers.

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