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Who is Émile Chautard?
émile Chautard a.k.a. Émile Chautard was a French-American film director, actor, and screenwriter, most active in the silent era. He directed 107 films between 1910 and 1924. He also appeared in 66 films between 1911 and 1934.
- also known as Emile Pierre Chautard, Emil Chautard, Emile Chautard
- born on (151 years ago) in Paris
- nationality: France, United States of America
- profession: Screenwriter, film director, actor
- Marriage with Alice Archainbaud until
- died on (81 years ago) in Westwood
- buried in Hollywood Forever Cemetery
- played Campbell Mandare in "Upstream"
- played Major Lenard in "Shanghai Express"
- played Pop in "Revolt in the Prison"
- played Undetermined Role in "Tiger Rose"
- played Père Joseph in "Marianne"
- played Train Conductor in "Design for Living"
- played Stage Manager in "His Tiger Wife"
- played Father Chevillon in "7th Heaven"
- played Natkusiak in "Man of Two Worlds"
- played Philibert in "The Little Cafe"
- "A Girl's Folly"
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