The Mystery of the Yellow Room (1949 film)

The Mystery of the Yellow Room (French: Le mystère de la chambre jaune) is a 1949 French mystery film directed by Henri Aisner and starring Hélène Perdrière, Serge Reggiani and Pierre Renoir. It is an adaptation of the 1907 novel The Mystery of the Yellow Room by Gaston Leroux. The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Douy. It was followed by a sequel The Perfume of the Lady in Black, released the same year.

The Mystery of the Yellow Room
The Mystery of the Yellow Room (1949 film).jpg
Directed byHenri Aisner
Written byGaston Leroux (novel)
Vladimir Pozner
Produced byPaul-Edmond Decharme
StarringHélène Perdrière
Serge Reggiani
Pierre Renoir
CinematographyAndré Bac
Edited byClaude Nicole
Music byGuy Bernard
Distributed byLes Films Corona
Release date
15 June 1949
Running time
90 minutes

There were other film adaptations of the novel, in 1919, 1930, and 2003.[1][2]


A young reporter solves a mystery crime. The fictional reporter is Joseph Rouletabille. He works on a complex, and seemingly impossible, crime in which the criminal appears to disappear from a locked room.


See alsoEdit


External linksEdit