Georges Tréville

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Georges Tréville
Born 28 July 1875
Paris
France
Died 30 May 1944
Wy-dit-Joly
France
Other names Georges Troly
Occupation Film actor, Film director

Georges Tréville (1875–1944) was a French actor and film director. During the silent era he played the gentlemen thief Arsène Lupin in several short films. He also went to Britain to film short Sherlock Holmes stories for the Éclair film company. Tréville later directed two British films for the Ideal Film Company.

He was married to actress Fanny Delisle (1881-1969) and their son Roger Tréville (1902-2005) was also a stage and film actor.

Selected filmography[edit]

Actor

Director

Bibliography[edit]

  • Abel, Richard. The Ciné Goes to Town: French Cinema, 1896-1914. University of California Press, 1998.
  • St. Pierre, Paul Matthew. E.A. Dupont and his Contribution to British Film: Varieté, Moulin Rouge, Piccadilly, Atlantic, Two Worlds, Cape Forlorn. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2010

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