Ben Carre

Production designer, Scenic designer, Set designer
Scene-painter turned art director who joined Gaumont in 1906 and moved to the US in 1911. His pioneering work throughout the next decade (mostly in collaboration with director Maurice Tourneur) exerted a significant, if ... Read more »
Born: 12/04/1883

Filmography

Art Department (8)

Bob Hampton of Placer (Movie)

(Art Director)

Great Guy (Movie)

(Art Director)

Hot for Paris (Movie)

(Set Designer)

Mare Nostrum (Movie)

(Art Director)

Old San Francisco (Movie)

(Art Director)

The Black Camel (Movie)

(Art Director)

The Pride of the Clan (Movie)

(Production Designer)

What Fools Men Are (Movie)

(Art Director)

Biography

Scene-painter turned art director who joined Gaumont in 1906 and moved to the US in 1911. His pioneering work throughout the next decade (mostly in collaboration with director Maurice Tourneur) exerted a significant, if largely unacknowledged, influence on later American production design.

Relationships

Anne Carre

Wife
survived him

Milestones

1918

Immigrated to the United States

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