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Movies with Cinematography by Claude Renoir

List of all films where Claude Renoir, cinematographer, did the cinematography. This list of Claude Renoir films/movies is sorted alphabetically and includes trailers of the movies when available. While this isn't necessarily a list of all Claude Renoir movies it does include the most popular ones. The films on this list include both big blockbusters and smaller indie films, but the commonality is that all of these movies were shot by Claude Renoir.

List ranges from Barbarella to The Spy Who Loved Me and more.

This list can help answer the questions, "Who is Claude Renoir?" and "What movies did Claude Renoir shoot?"

Almost all Claude Renoir cinematography credits are included. While they usually don't operate the camera, cinematographers like Claude Renoir are said to have "shot" films. Cinematographers, better known as DPs, have the final say for any lighting and framing during the filming of the movie. These are the most famous movies where Claude Renoir did the cinematography. You can use the people in this factual list to create a new list, re-rank it to fit your views, then share it with your Twitter followers, Facebook friends or with any other social networks you use on a regular basis. {#nodes}
  • In this predecessor to Disney's popular 1951 animated film, Alice (Carol Marsh) sets off on a boat trip with Charles Dodgson when the Queen of England visits Oxford. To pass the time, Dodgson -- also ...more
  • Barbarella is a 1968 French-Italian science fiction film based on Jean-Claude Forest's French Barbarella comics. The film stars Jane Fonda in the title role and was directed by Roger Vadim, who was ...more
  • Blood and Roses — French title Et mourir de plaisir; literally, And die of pleasure — is a French vampire film directed by Roger Vadim. It is loosely based on the novella Carmilla by Irish writer ...more
  • Calmos is a 1976 French film directed by Bertrand Blier.
  • Docteur Françoise Gailland is a 1976 French film directed by Jean-Louis Bertucelli, and starring Annie Girardot, Jean-Pierre Cassel, François Périer and Isabelle Huppert. It won the César Award for ...more
  • La Grande Vadrouille is a 1966 French comedy film about two ordinary Frenchmen helping the crew of a Royal Air Force bomber shot down over Paris make their way through German-occupied France to ...more
  • Elena and Her Men is a 1956 film directed by Jean Renoir and starring Ingrid Bergman and Jean Marais. The film's original French title was Elena et les Hommes and in English-speaking countries, the ...more
  • This sequel to William Friedkin's 1971 crime drama finds Detective "Popeye" Doyle (Gene Hackman) still hot on the trail of slippery drug trafficker Charnier (Fernando Rey), but this time in ...more
  • Gunman in the Streets is a French/US-produced 1950 black-and-white film noir directed by Frank Tuttle and starring Dane Clark and Simone Signoret. Unreleased for theatrical screening in the US, the ...more
  • Honeymoon, also shown as The Lovers of Teruel in the United States, is a 1959 film by the British director-writer Michael Powell based in part on the ballet El Amor Brujo by Gregorio Martínez Sierra. ...more
  • The Wing or the Thigh, from the French L'aile ou la cuisse is a 1976 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi, starring Louis de Funès and Coluche.
  • L'Amore is an Italian anthology film directed by Roberto Rossellini starring Anna Magnani and Federico Fellini. The film opened to considerable controversy in the United States, which led to a ...more
  • La Zizanie is a 1978 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi, written by Zidi and Michel Fabre, and starring Louis de Funès and Annie Girardot. The English title is The Spat.
  • Le Dernier tournant is a 1939 French drama film directed by Pierre Chenal, written by Charles Spaak and Henri Torrès, based on novel The Postman Always Rings Twice by James M. Cain.
  • Maddalena is a 1954 Italian drama film directed by Augusto Genina. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.
  • The Unvanquished is a 1964 film noir directed by Alain Cavalier and starring Alain Delon opposite Lea Massari. The film's background is the Algerian War and Alain Delon plays Thomas Vlassenroot, a ...more
  • Monsieur Vincent is a 1947 French film about Vincent de Paul, the seventeenth century priest and charity worker. It depicts his struggle to help the poor in the face of obstacles such as the Black ...more
  • Hotshot Hollywood screenwriter Richard Benson (William Holden) is in trouble. He sold a script idea to decadent producer Alexander Meyerheim (Noel Coward), but has wasted all the time he had to ...more
  • Paul and Michelle is a 1974 drama film directed and produced by Lewis Gilbert, whose story Vernon Harris and Angela Huth dramatized. It is a sequel to the 1971 film Friends, by the same director and ...more
  • Rendezvous in July is a 1949 French comedy film directed and written by Jacques Becker. It was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.
  • The Adventurers is a 1970 American film based on the novel by Harold Robbins. It is directed, produced and written by Lewis Gilbert. The American film stars Bekim Fehmiu, Candice Bergen, Charles ...more
  • L'Animal is an action-comedy film directed by Claude Zidi and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Raquel Welch
  • Le Casse is a 1971 movie directed by French director Henri Verneuil, starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Omar Sharif, Dyan Cannon and Robert Hossein. It is based on the 1953 novel by David Goodis and ...more
  • The Crucible is a 1957 joint Franco-East German film production directed by Raymond Rouleau with a screenplay adapted by Jean-Paul Sartre from the 1953 play The Crucible, by Arthur Miller. The film ...more
  • The Faithful Woman is a 1976 drama film directed by Roger Vadim.