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* AssociatedComposer: He worked multiple times with directors such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Creator/FrancisVeber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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* AssociatedComposer: He worked multiple times with directors such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Creator/ClaudeZidi, Claude Pinoteau, Creator/FrancisVeber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.


A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French films (usually comedies) from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he's still active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Creator/FrancisVeber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French films (usually comedies) from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he's still active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Creator/FrancisVeber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.


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* AssociatedComposer: He worked multiple times with directors such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Creator/FrancisVeber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.


A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French films (usually comedy) from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he's still active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Creator/FrancisVeber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French films (usually comedy) comedies) from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he's still active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Creator/FrancisVeber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.


** ''Recap/AsterixInBritain'' (1986)

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** ''Recap/AsterixInBritain'' ''WesternAnimation/AsterixInBritain'' (1986)


A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French films (usually comedy) from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he's still active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French films (usually comedy) from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he's still active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber Creator/FrancisVeber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.


He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema, having worked on up to twelve soundtracks ''per year'' in his heyday.

A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he's still active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema, having worked on up to twelve soundtracks ''per year'' in his heyday. \n\n His body of work could easily rival that of Music/JohnWilliams in size.

A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films (usually comedy) from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he's still active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.


He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema, composing up to ''twelve'' soundtracks per year in his heyday.

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He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema, composing having worked on up to ''twelve'' twelve soundtracks per year ''per year'' in his heyday.


A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he still composes since). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he he's still composes since).active). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.


He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema (he composed up to ''twelve'' soundtracks per year in his heyday). A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he still composes since). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema (he composed cinema, composing up to ''twelve'' soundtracks per year in his heyday). heyday.

A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he still composes since). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times with directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.


** ''Asterix versus Caesar'' (1985)

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** ''Asterix versus Caesar'' ''WesternAnimation/AsterixVersusCaesar'' (1985)


He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema (he composed up to ''twelve'' soundtracks per year in his heyday). A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he still composes since). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times]] with directors such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema (he composed up to ''twelve'' soundtracks per year in his heyday). A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he still composes since). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times]] times with directors directors]] such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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* ''Film/TheWingOrTheThigh'' (1976)


He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema (he composed up to ''twelve'' soundtracks per year in his heyday). He composed a ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s (and still composes since), and [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times]] with directors such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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He is one of the most renowned and prolific composers in the history of French cinema (he composed up to ''twelve'' soundtracks per year in his heyday). He composed a A ''large'' part of the most memorable soundtracks for French comedy films from the mid-1960s up to the 2000s are due to him (and he still composes since), and since). He [[AssociatedComposer worked multiple times]] with directors such as Gérard Oury, Yves Robert, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Zidi, Claude Pinoteau, Francis Veber and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

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* ''[[Film/LesComperes Les Compères]]'' (1983)


* AuthorAppeal: He is of Eastern European Jewish descent. Klezmer music has had a pretty big influence on many of his works, which sound accordingly.

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* AuthorAppeal: He is of Eastern European Jewish descent. Klezmer music has had a pretty big influence on his composition style, and many of his works, which works sound accordingly.

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