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Michel Audiard

Years active  1949–1985
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Born  15 May 1920Paris, France
Died  27 July 1985, Dourdan, France
Spouse  Marie-Christine Guibert (m. 1947–1985)
Books  La nuit, le jour et toutes les autres nuits
Children  Jacques Audiard, François Audiard
Movies  Les Tontons flingueurs, The Great Spy Chase, Un taxi pour Tobrouk, Any Number Can Win, The Professional
Similar  Bernard Blier, Georges Lautner, Lino Ventura, Jean Gabin, Henri Verneuil

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Paul Michel Audiard ([miʃɛl odjaʁ]; 15 May 1920 – 27 July 1985) was a French screenwriter and film director. He was the father of French film director Jacques Audiard.

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1940s–1950s

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  • 1949 :
  • Mission à Tanger, directed by André Hunebelle
  • On n'aime qu'une fois, directed by Jean Stelli
  • 1950 :
  • Brune ou blonde, directed by Jacques Garcia
  • Beware of Blondes, directed by André Hunebelle
  • 1951 :
  • Vedettes sans maquillage, directed by Jacques Guillon
  • Une histoire d'amour, directed by Guy Lefranc
  • Le Passe-muraille, directed by Jean Boyer
  • Caroline chérie, directed by Richard Pottier
  • Ma femme est formidable (uncredited), directed by André Hunebelle
  • Massacre en dentelles, directed by André Hunebelle
  • L'Homme de ma vie, directed by Guy Lefranc
  • Bim le petit âne, directed by Albert Lamorisse
  • 1952 :
  • Adorables Créatures (uncredited), directed by Christian-Jaque
  • Pour vous, mesdames (uncredited), directed by Jacques Garcia
  • Elle et moi, directed by Guy Lefranc
  • Le Feu quelque part, directed by Pierre Foucaud (Court-métrage)
  • Le Duel à travers les âges, directed by Pierre Foucaud (Court-métrage)
  • 1953 :
  • Les Dents longues, directed by Daniel Gélin
  • Quai des blondes, directed by Paul Cadéac
  • Les Trois Mousquetaires, directed by André Hunebelle
  • L'Ennemi public numéro un, directed by Henri Verneuil
  • 1954 :
  • Destinées (uncredited), directed by Christian-Jaque, Jean Delannoy and Marcello Pagliero
  • Sang et lumières, directed by Georges Rouquier
  • Les Gaietés de l'escadron, directed by Paolo Moffa
  • Poisson d'avril (1954), directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Série noire, directed by Pierre Foucaud
  • 1955 :
  • Gas-oil, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • 1956 :
  • Jusqu'au dernier, directed by Pierre Billon
  • Le Sang à la tête, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Mannequins de Paris, directed by André Hunebelle
  • Courte tête, directed by Norbert Carbonnaux
  • 1957 :
  • Le rouge est mis, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Mort en fraude, directed by Marcel Camus
  • Trois Jours à vivre, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Retour de manivelle, directed by Denys de La Patellière
  • Maigret tend un piège, directed by Jean Delannoy
  • 1958 :
  • Les Misérables, directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois
  • Le désordre et la nuit, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Les Grandes Familles, directed by Denys de la Patellière
  • Marchands de rien, directed by Daniel Lecomte (court-métrage)
  • 1959 :
  • Le fauve est lâché (uncredited), directed by Maurice Labro
  • Archimède le clochard, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Pourquoi viens-tu si tard?, directed by Henri Decoin
  • Maigret et l'Affaire Saint-Fiacre, directed by Jean Delannoy
  • 125, rue Montmartre, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Rue des prairies, directed by Denys de la Patellière
  • Babette s'en va-t-en guerre, directed by Christian-Jaque
  • Les Yeux de l'amour, directed by Denys de la Patellière
  • Vel d'Hiv', directed by Guy Blanc (Court-métrage)
  • La Bête à l'affût, directed by Pierre Chenal
  • Péchés de jeunesse, directed by Louis Duchesne
  • 1960s

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  • 1960 :
  • Le Baron de l'écluse, directed by Jean Delannoy
  • La Française et l'amour, film à sketches, « L'Adultère », directed by Henri Verneuil
  • Les Vieux de la vieille, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Spécial Noël : Jean Gabin (TV), directed by Frédéric Rossif
  • Le Président, directed by Henri Verneuil
  • 1961 :
  • Un taxi pour Tobrouk, directed by Denys de la Patellière
  • Les lions sont lâchés, directed by Henri Verneuil
  • Les Amours célèbres - sketch « Les Comédiennes », directed by Michel Boisrond
  • Le cave se rebiffe, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Le Bateau d'Émile, directed by Denys de la Patellière
  • 1962 :
  • Un singe en hiver, directed by Henri Verneuil
  • Le Gentleman d'Epsom, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • Le Diable et les Dix Commandements, directed by Julien Duvivier
  • Le Voyage à Biarritz (uncredited), directed by Gilles Grangier
  • 1963 :
  • Mélodie en sous-sol, directed by Henri Verneuil
  • Carambolages, directed by Marcel Bluwal
  • Les Tontons flingueurs, directed by Georges Lautner
  • Teuf-teuf (TV), directed by Georges Folgoas
  • Des pissenlits par la racine, directed by Georges Lautner
  • Cent mille dollars au soleil, directed by Henri Verneuil
  • 1964 :
  • Marcia Nuziale, directed by Marco Ferreri
  • Les Barbouzes, directed by Georges Lautner
  • Une foule enfin réunie, directed by Monique Chappelle (short movie)
  • Un drôle de caïd or Une souris chez les hommes, directed by Jacques Poitrenaud
  • Par un beau matin d'été, directed by Jacques Deray
  • La Chasse à l'homme, directed by Edouard Molinaro
  • 1965 :
  • La Métamorphose des cloportes, directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre (scenario co-written with Albert Simonin, from Alphonse Boudard)
  • Quand passent les faisans, directed by Edouard Molinaro
  • Les Bons Vivants, directed by Gilles Grangier & Georges Lautner
  • L'arme à gauche (uncredited), directed by Claude Sautet
  • Ne nous fâchons pas, directed by Georges Lautner
  • 1966 :
  • Tendre Voyou, directed by Jean Becker
  • Un idiot à Paris, directed by Serge Korber
  • Sale temps pour les mouches, directed by Guy Lefranc
  • Johnny Banco, directed by Yves Allégret
  • 1967 :
  • Le Pacha, directed by Georges Lautner
  • Toutes folles de lui, directed by Norbert Carbonnaux
  • Max le débonnaire (TV show), directed by Gilles Grangier, Yves Allégret and Jacques Deray
  • La Grande Sauterelle, directed by Georges Lautner
  • La Petite Vertu, directed by Serge Korber
  • 1968 :
  • Fleur d'oseille, directed by Georges Lautner
  • Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon Dieu pour des canards sauvages
  • 1969 :
  • Sous le signe du taureau, directed by Gilles Grangier
  • 1970s

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  • 1973 :
  • Baxter !, directed by Lionel Jeffries
  • 1974 :
  • Comment réussir quand on est con et pleurnichard
  • OK patron (uncredited), directed by Claude Vital
  • 1975 :
  • L'incorrigible, directed by Philippe de Broca
  • 1976 :
  • Le Grand Escogriffe, directed by Claude Pinoteau
  • Le Corps de mon ennemi, directed by Henri Verneuil
  • 1977 :
  • Tendre Poulet, directed by Philippe de Broca
  • Mort d'un pourri, directed by Georges Lautner
  • L'Animal, directed by Claude Zidi
  • 1978 :
  • Le Cavaleur, directed by Philippe de Broca
  • 1979 :
  • Flic ou voyou, directed by Georges Lautner
  • Les Égouts du paradis, directed by José Giovanni
  • La Fabuleuse histoire de Roland-Garros, directed by Charles Gérard
  • Le Guignolo, directed by Georges Lautner
  • On a volé la cuisse de Jupiter, directed by Philippe de Broca
  • 1980s

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  • 1980 :
  • Le Coucou, directed by Francesco Massaro
  • L'Entourloupe, directed by Gérard Pirès
  • Pile ou Face, directed by Robert Enrico
  • 1981 :
  • Le Professionnel, directed by Georges Lautner
  • Garde à vue, directed by Claude Miller
  • Est-ce bien raisonnable ?, directed by Georges Lautner
  • 1982 :
  • Espion, lève-toi, directed by Yves Boisset
  • 1983 :
  • Mortelle randonnée, directed by Claude Miller
  • Vive la sociale !, directed by Gérard Mordillat
  • Le Marginal, directed by Jacques Deray
  • 1984 :
  • Canicule, directed by Yves Boisset
  • Les Morfalous, directed by Henri Verneuil
  • 1985 :
  • On ne meurt que deux fois, directed by Jacques Deray from the novel of Robin Cook
  • La Cage aux folles III, « Elles » se marient, directed by Georges Lautner.

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    References

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