History Creator / JacquesTati

1st Nov '13 8:57:13 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Playtime'' (1967): Which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors.

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* ''Playtime'' (1967): Which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors.actors (although Hulot does pop up intermittently).
1st Nov '13 8:55:37 PM Mdumas43073
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Tati's comedies are known for their attacks on materialism and for having barely any dialogue. Many of them feature a character called ''Monsieur Hulot'', played by Tati, who is in many ways the French equivalent of Creator/CharlieChaplin's famous Tramp.

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Tati's comedies are known for their attacks on materialism and for having barely any dialogue. Many of them feature a character called ''Monsieur Hulot'', named Monsieur Hulot, played by Tati, who is in many ways the French equivalent of Creator/CharlieChaplin's famous Tramp.
1st Nov '13 8:55:01 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Jour De Fete'' (1949), Features more dialogue than in his other films; though the humour is still mostly visual.
* ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'' (1953), the first of Tati's works starring Hulot. Later remade in English as ''Film/MrBeansHoliday''.
* ''Film/MonOncle'' (1958)
* ''Play Time'' (1967), which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors.
* ''Trafic'' (1971), the swan song of Hulot

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* ''Jour De Fete'' (1949), (1949): Features more dialogue than in his other films; though the humour humor is still mostly visual.
* ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'' (1953), the (1953): The first of Tati's works starring Hulot. Later remade in English as ''Film/MrBeansHoliday''.
* ''Film/MonOncle'' (1958)
(1958): Another Hulot outing, and Tati's first film in color.
* ''Play Time'' (1967), which ''Playtime'' (1967): Which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors.
* ''Trafic'' (1971), the (1971): The swan song of HulotHulot.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheIllusionist'' (2010): Tati did not direct it. This is an animated film that was made 25 years after Tati's death, based on one of his scripts, by a Canadian filmmaker named SylvainChomet. It is notable for its autobiographical elements concerning Tati and his daughter.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIllusionist'' (2010): Tati did not direct it. This is an An animated film that was made 25 years after Tati's death, based on one of his scripts, by a Canadian filmmaker named SylvainChomet. It is notable for its autobiographical elements concerning Tati and his daughter.
23rd Oct '13 7:50:20 PM PaulA
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Jacques Tatischeff (Tati for short) was a comedy filmmaker born in Yveslines, France in 1907. He worked as a professional rugby player and a music hall performer before getting involved in French cinema. His movie career spanned from the late 1930s to the late 1970s, although as a director he only made six feature films, beating StanleyKubrick (but not Charles Laughton) as one of the least prolific filmmakers still held in high regard.

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Jacques Tatischeff (Tati for short) was a comedy filmmaker born in Yveslines, France in 1907. He worked as a professional rugby player and a music hall performer before getting involved in French cinema. His movie career spanned from the late 1930s to the late 1970s, although as a director he only made six feature films, beating StanleyKubrick Creator/StanleyKubrick (but not Charles Laughton) Creator/CharlesLaughton) as one of the least prolific filmmakers still held in high regard.
3rd Sep '13 4:01:03 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'' (1953), the first of Tati's works starring Hulot. Later remade in English as ''Series/MrBeansHoliday''.

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* ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'' (1953), the first of Tati's works starring Hulot. Later remade in English as ''Series/MrBeansHoliday''.''Film/MrBeansHoliday''.
3rd Sep '13 4:00:55 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'' (1953), the first of Tati's works starring Hulot. Later remade in English as ''MrBeansHoliday''.

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* ''Film/MrHulotsHoliday'' (1953), the first of Tati's works starring Hulot. Later remade in English as ''MrBeansHoliday''.''Series/MrBeansHoliday''.
11th Dec '12 8:44:15 AM Jicragg
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* ''{{Trafic}}'' (1971), the swan song of Hulot

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* ''{{Trafic}}'' ''Trafic'' (1971), the swan song of Hulot
11th Dec '12 8:44:03 AM Jicragg
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* ''JourDeFete'' (1949), Features more dialogue than in his other films; though the humour is still mostly visual.

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* ''JourDeFete'' ''Jour De Fete'' (1949), Features more dialogue than in his other films; though the humour is still mostly visual.



* ''PlayTime'' (1967), which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors.

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* ''PlayTime'' ''Play Time'' (1967), which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors.
11th Dec '12 8:43:40 AM Jicragg
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* ''The Illusionist'' (2010): Tati did not direct it. This is an animated film that was made 25 years after Tati's death, based on one of his scripts, by a Canadian filmmaker named SylvainChomet. It is notable for its autobiographical elements concerning Tati and his daughter.

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* ''The Illusionist'' ''WesternAnimation/TheIllusionist'' (2010): Tati did not direct it. This is an animated film that was made 25 years after Tati's death, based on one of his scripts, by a Canadian filmmaker named SylvainChomet. It is notable for its autobiographical elements concerning Tati and his daughter.
19th Oct '12 1:56:07 PM nombretomado
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Tati's comedies are known for their attacks on materialism and for having barely any dialogue. Many of them feature a character called ''Monsieur Hulot'', played by Tati, who is in many ways the French equivalent of CharlieChaplin's famous Tramp.

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Tati's comedies are known for their attacks on materialism and for having barely any dialogue. Many of them feature a character called ''Monsieur Hulot'', played by Tati, who is in many ways the French equivalent of CharlieChaplin's Creator/CharlieChaplin's famous Tramp.
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