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* ''Film/TheTestamentOfOrpheus'' (1959, directed)


He was also famous for his distinctive graphic style of side view faces, which he showcased in a number of drawings, engravings, painted ceramics, book covers and theatre posters. Those art works also included the stained glass of the Metz Cathedral and a Marianne [[note]]a woman symbolizing of the French Republic[[/note]] postage stamp. He also drew a number of gay erotic/pornographic illustrations.

Cocteau passed away on October 11, 1963, the very same day as his friend Music/EdithPiaf. Some have attributed it to a heart attack after learning of Piaf's passing, but people close to him like Jean Marais noted he suffered from a pulmonary edema and that his heart couldn't stand it anymore.

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He was also famous for his distinctive graphic style of side view faces, which he showcased in a number of drawings, engravings, painted ceramics, book covers and theatre posters. Those art works also included the stained glass of the Metz Cathedral and a Marianne [[note]]a woman symbolizing of the French Republic[[/note]] postage stamp. He also drew a number of gay erotic/pornographic illustrations.

Cocteau passed away on October 11, 1963, the very same day as a few hours after his friend Music/EdithPiaf.Music/EdithPiaf (who died on October 10). Some have attributed it to a heart attack after learning of Piaf's passing, but people close to him like Jean Marais noted he suffered from a pulmonary edema and that his heart couldn't stand it anymore.


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* ''Film/{{Beauty and the Beast|1946}}'' (1946) (directed)
* ''Film/LesEnfantsTerribles'' (1950) (screenplay)
* ''Film/{{Orpheus}}'' (1950) (directed)

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* ''Film/{{Beauty and the Beast|1946}}'' (1946) (directed)
* ''Film/LesEnfantsTerribles'' (1950) (screenplay)
* ''Film/{{Orpheus}}'' (1950) (directed)

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He directed six films, wrote seven films, wrote dialogues in five films, and acted in four films. His most famous directorial efforts are ''Film/{{Beauty and the Beast|1946}}'' (1946) and ''Orpheus'' (1950), both starring his longtime [[TheMuse muse]] and lover Creator/JeanMarais.

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He directed six films, wrote seven films, wrote dialogues in five films, and acted in four films. His most famous directorial efforts are ''Film/{{Beauty and the Beast|1946}}'' (1946) and ''Orpheus'' ''Film/{{Orpheus}}'' (1950), both starring his longtime [[TheMuse muse]] and lover Creator/JeanMarais.


* {{Tragedy}}: Some of his plays were directly inspired by Greek tragedies such as ''Theatre/{{Antigone}}'' and ''Theatre/OedipusTheKing''. Applies to his films as well, ''Beauty and the Beast'' and ''Orpheus'' especially.

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* {{Tragedy}}: Some of his plays were directly inspired by Greek tragedies such as ''Theatre/{{Antigone}}'' and ''Theatre/OedipusTheKing''. Applies The trope applies to his films as well, ''Beauty and the Beast'' and ''Orpheus'' especially.


He first gained prominence in the UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}ian Avant-Garde art circles in the 1910s, along with writers such as Guillaume Apollinaire and artists such as Amedeo Modigliani and Creator/PabloPicasso.

He wrote about two dozen theatre plays, some of them being directly inspired by Greek {{traged|y}}ies such as ''Theatre/{{Antigone}}'' and ''Theatre/OedipusTheKing''.

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He first gained prominence in the UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}ian Avant-Garde art circles in the 1910s, along with writers such as Guillaume Apollinaire and artists such as Amedeo Modigliani and Creator/PabloPicasso. \n\n He wrote about two dozen dozens of theatre plays, some of them being directly inspired by Greek {{traged|y}}ies such as ''Theatre/{{Antigone}}'' and ''Theatre/OedipusTheKing''.
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* {{Tragedy}}: Some of his plays were directly inspired by Greek tragedies such as ''Theatre/{{Antigone}}'' and ''Theatre/OedipusTheKing''. Applies to his films as well, ''Beauty and the Beast'' and ''Orpheus'' especially.


Cocteau passed away on October 11, 1963, the very same day as his friend Music/EdithPiaf. Some have attributed it to a heart attack after learning of Piaf's passing, but others like Jean Marais noted he suffered from a pulmonary edema and that his heart couldn't stand it anymore.

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Cocteau passed away on October 11, 1963, the very same day as his friend Music/EdithPiaf. Some have attributed it to a heart attack after learning of Piaf's passing, but others people close to him like Jean Marais noted he suffered from a pulmonary edema and that his heart couldn't stand it anymore.


He was also famous for his distinctive graphic style of side view faces, which he showcased in a number of drawings, engravings, painted ceramics, book covers and theatre posters. Those art works also included the stained glass of the Metz Cathedral and a Marianne [[note]]a woman symbolizing of the French Republic[[/note]] postage stamp. He also drew a number of erotic/pornographic illustrations.

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He was also famous for his distinctive graphic style of side view faces, which he showcased in a number of drawings, engravings, painted ceramics, book covers and theatre posters. Those art works also included the stained glass of the Metz Cathedral and a Marianne [[note]]a woman symbolizing of the French Republic[[/note]] postage stamp. He also drew a number of gay erotic/pornographic illustrations.


He was also famous for his distinctive graphic style of side view faces, which he showcased in a number of drawings, engravings, painted ceramics, book covers and theatre posters. Those art works also included the stained glass of the Metz Cathedral and a Marianne [[note]]a woman symbolizing of the French Republic[[/note]] postage stamp.

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He was also famous for his distinctive graphic style of side view faces, which he showcased in a number of drawings, engravings, painted ceramics, book covers and theatre posters. Those art works also included the stained glass of the Metz Cathedral and a Marianne [[note]]a woman symbolizing of the French Republic[[/note]] postage stamp.
stamp. He also drew a number of erotic/pornographic illustrations.


He directed six films, wrote seven films, wrote dialogues in five films, and acted in four films. His most famous directorial efforts are ''Film/{{Beauty and the Beast|1946}}'' (1946) and ''Orpheus'' (1950), both starring his longtime muse and lover Creator/JeanMarais.

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He directed six films, wrote seven films, wrote dialogues in five films, and acted in four films. His most famous directorial efforts are ''Film/{{Beauty and the Beast|1946}}'' (1946) and ''Orpheus'' (1950), both starring his longtime muse [[TheMuse muse]] and lover Creator/JeanMarais.


He was also famous for his distinctive graphic style of side view characters, which he showcased in a number of drawings, engravings, painted ceramics, book covers and theatre posters. Those art works also included the stained glass of the Metz Cathedral and a Marianne [[note]]a woman symbolizing of the French Republic[[/note]] postage stamp.

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He was also famous for his distinctive graphic style of side view characters, faces, which he showcased in a number of drawings, engravings, painted ceramics, book covers and theatre posters. Those art works also included the stained glass of the Metz Cathedral and a Marianne [[note]]a woman symbolizing of the French Republic[[/note]] postage stamp.

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