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René Barjavel net worth & biography:René Barjavel (January 24, 1911 – November 24, 1985) was a French author, journalist and critic who may have been the first to think of the grandfather paradox in time travel. He was born in Nyons, a town in the Drôme department in southeastern France. He is best known as a science fiction author, whose work often involved the fall of civilisation due to technocratic hubris and the madness of war, but who also favoured themes emphasising the durability of love.René Barjavel wrote several novels with these themes, such as Ravage (translated as Ashes, ashes), Le Grand Secret, La Nuit des temps (translated as The Ice People), and Une rose au paradis. His writing is poetic, dreamy and sometimes philosophical. Some of his works have their roots in an empirical and poetic questioning of the existence of God (notably La Faim du tigre). He was also interested in the environmental heritage which we leave to future generations. Whilst his works are rarely taught in French schools, his books are very popular in France.Barjavel wrote Le Voyageur imprudent (1943), the first novel to present the famous Grandfather paradox of time travel: if one goes backwards in time and kills one of their ancestors before he had children, the traveller cannot exist and therefore cannot kill the ancestor.Barjavel died in 1985 and was buried with his ancestors in Tarendol cemetery, opposite Mount Ventoux in Provence. He used these place names in his books; Mount Ventoux appears as the site of the space base in Colomb de la lune, for example, and Tarendol is the name of the hero in the eponymous novel. Wikipedia
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|Le grand secret||1989||TV Mini-Series novel|
|Les dames||1982||TV Movie novel|
|Le voyageur imprudent||1982||TV Movie novel|
|Tarendol||1980||TV Movie novel|
|Au théâtre ce soir||1977||TV Series play - 1 episode|
|The Pleasure Pit||1969||novel|
|Come imparai ad amare le donne||1966||French dialogue|
|Don Camillo in Moscow||1965||dialogue|
|Chair de poule||1963||adaptation / dialogue|
|The Devil and the Ten Commandments||1962||dialogue - segment "Luxurieux point ne seras", , "Homicide point ne seras", "Un seul Dieu honoreras"|
|Don Camillo monsignore... ma non troppo||1961||French dialogue|
|The High Life||1960|
|An Angel on Wheels||1959||writer|
|Love on the Riviera||1958||writer|
|Toto in Paris||1958||screenplay / story|
|The Case of Dr. Laurent||1957||adaptation & dialogue|
|The Man in the Raincoat||1957||dialogue|
|The Terror with Women||1956||adaptation and dialogue|
|Kiss of Fire||1956||dialogue / screenplay|
|December, Chlidren's Month||1956||Documentary short idea|
|Don Camillo e l'on. Peppone||1955||dialogue - French version|
|The Rapickers of Emmaus||1955|
|The Sheep Has Five Legs||1954||dialogue|
|Nuits andalouses||1954||screenplay / story|
|Strange Desire of Mr. Bard||1954||adaptation & dialogue|
|The Return of Don Camillo||1953||writer|
|Le témoin de minuit||1953||writer|
|The Little World of Don Camillo||1952|
|Saint-Louis, ange de la paix||1951|
|Women Without Names||1950||screenplay - uncredited|
|Paysans noirs||1948||dialogue / screenplay|
|La télévision, oeil de demain||1947||Short ideas|
|The Leopard||1963||dialogue: french version - uncredited|
|La télévision, oeil de demain||1947||Short technical adviser - uncredited|
|Ouvrez les guillemets||1973||TV Series||Himself|
|Samedi soir||1972||TV Series||Himself|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1953||Silver Cup||German Film Awards||Outstanding Feature Film Promoting Democratic Values||Don Camillo (1952)||Julien Duvivier|
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