Louis Nalpas (1884-1948) was a Greek-French film producer. He was a leading producer during the silent era, and was employed by the large French studio Pathé. He was behind the company's construction of the Victorine Studios in Nice in 1921, which attempted to create a version of Hollywood on the French Riviera. He then broke away to form his own production company.
|Born||3 November 1884|
Nalpas produced many of the early films of director Abel Gance.
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- Crisp, C.G. The Classic French Cinema, 1930-1960. Indiana University Press, 1993.