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He was most famous for his witty, irreverent and very quotable dialogues in French films of TheSixties and TheSeventies. Said dialogues borrowed heavily to UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}ian slangs of the 20th century. As a director, the most notable feature of his films was their LongTitle.

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He was most famous for his witty, irreverent and very quotable dialogues in French films of TheSixties and TheSeventies. Said dialogues borrowed heavily to UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}ian slangs and French gangster slangs of the 20th century. As a director, the most notable feature of his films was their LongTitle.


** Actors who often played his film dialogues include Creator/JeanGabin, Creator/LinoVentura, Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo and Creator/BernardBlier.

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** Actors who often played used his film dialogues in their roles include Creator/JeanGabin, Creator/LinoVentura, Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo and Creator/BernardBlier.


** He often wrote for films starring Creator/JeanGabin, Creator/LinoVentura, Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo and Creator/BernardBlier.

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** He Actors who often wrote for films starring played his film dialogues include Creator/JeanGabin, Creator/LinoVentura, Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo and Creator/BernardBlier.


** He often wrote for films starring Creator/LinoVentura, Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo and Creator/BernardBlier.

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** He often wrote for films starring Creator/JeanGabin, Creator/LinoVentura, Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo and Creator/BernardBlier.


* [[invoked]]ProductionPosse: Wrote numerous dialogues and some scripts for director Georges Lautner, often for films starring either Creator/LinoVentura or Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo (and 1964's ''Greed in the Sun'' starred both of them).

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Wrote numerous dialogues and some scripts for director Georges Lautner, Lautner.
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often wrote for films starring either Creator/LinoVentura or Creator/LinoVentura, Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo (and 1964's ''Greed in the Sun'' starred both of them).and Creator/BernardBlier.


He was most famous for his witty, irreverent and very quotable dialogues in French films of TheSixties and beyond. Said dialogues borrowed heavily to UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}ian slangs of the 20th century. As a director, the most notable feature of his films was their LongTitle.

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He was most famous for his witty, irreverent and very quotable dialogues in French films of TheSixties and beyond.TheSeventies. Said dialogues borrowed heavily to UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}ian slangs of the 20th century. As a director, the most notable feature of his films was their LongTitle.

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* ''Film/AnyNumberCanWin'' (1963)

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* ''Film/AMonkeyInWinter'' (1962)


* [[invoked]]ProductionPosse: Wrote numerous dialogues and some scripts for director Georges Lautner, often for films starring either Creator/LinoVentura or Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo (and 1964's ''Greed in the Sun'' starred them both).

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* [[invoked]]ProductionPosse: Wrote numerous dialogues and some scripts for director Georges Lautner, often for films starring either Creator/LinoVentura or Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo (and 1964's ''Greed in the Sun'' starred them both).both of them).


* [[invoked]]ProductionPosse: Wrote numerous dialogues and some scripts for director Georges Lautner, often for films starring either Creator/LinoVentura or Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo.

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* [[invoked]]ProductionPosse: Wrote numerous dialogues and some scripts for director Georges Lautner, often for films starring either Creator/LinoVentura or Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo.Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo (and 1964's ''Greed in the Sun'' starred them both).

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* [[invoked]]ProductionPosse: Wrote numerous dialogues and some scripts for director Georges Lautner, often for films starring either Creator/LinoVentura or Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo.


He was most famous for his witty, irreverent and very quotable dialogues in French films of TheSixties and beyond. Said dialogues borrowed heavily to UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}ian slangs of the 20th century. As a director, the most notable feature of his films was their OverlyLongTitle.

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He was most famous for his witty, irreverent and very quotable dialogues in French films of TheSixties and beyond. Said dialogues borrowed heavily to UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}ian slangs of the 20th century. As a director, the most notable feature of his films was their OverlyLongTitle.
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He had two sons, François and Creator/{{Jacques|Audiard}}. François died at age 26 in 1975, and Jacques followed in his father's footsteps by becoming a screenwriter and director.

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Audiard passed away from cancer at age 65. He had two sons, François and Creator/{{Jacques|Audiard}}. François died at age 26 in 1975, and Jacques followed in his father's footsteps by becoming a screenwriter and director.

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