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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Carlo Rim (19 December 1902 – 3 December 1989) was a French film screenwriter, producer and director.

Born Jean Marius Richard, he made an anagram of his initials (RJM - treating I and J as the same letter) for his pseudonym, adding "Carlo" a popular Italian name in France at the time.



As screenwriter

As a director and screenwriter or writer - adapter


  • 1942: Simplet directed by Fernandel
  • 1957: Ce joli monde
  • 1954: Secrets d'alcôve (idea) (segment Le Lit de la Pompadour)
  • 1953: Virgile (screenwriter)
  • 1952: Les sept péchés capitaux (scenario and dialogue)
  • 1951: L'amant de paille (adaptation)
  • 1949: Monseigneur (dialogues)
  • 1948: L'armoire volante (original scenario)
  • 1948: Cité de l'espérance (adaptation, dialogue)
  • 1947: Miroir
  • 1946: L'insaisissable Frédéric
  • 1943: La ferme aux loups (dialogues, scenario)
  • 1942: Simplet (dialogues, scenario)
  • 1939: Le bois sacré (adaptation, scenario)
  • 1938: Nostalgie (dialogue)
  • 1938: Êtes-vous jalouse ? (dialogue, scenario)
  • 1937: Les secrets de la Mer Rouge (adaptation, dialogue)
  • 1937: L'homme à abattre
  • 1936: 27 rue de la Paix (dialogue and scenario)
  • 1936: Tarass Boulba (dialogue)
  • 1935: Gaspard de Besse (dialogue and scenario)
  • 1934: Zouzou

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