Roger Hanin

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Roger Hanin
Roger Hanin Cannes.jpg
Born Roger Lévy
(1925-10-20) 20 October 1925 (age 89)
Algiers, French Algeria
Occupation Actor, Director

Roger Hanin (born 20 October 1925) is a French actor and film director, best known for playing the title role in the 1989–2006 TV police drama, Navarro.

Life and Career Born as Roger Lévy to Jewish parents, his brother-in-law was a former President of France, the late François Mitterrand, whose wife, Danielle, was the sister of Hanin's wife, Christine Gouze-Rénal.[citation needed]

With Claude Chabrol, Hanin co-wrote the scripts for a pair of spy films in the mid-1960s. Chabrol directed Code Name: Tiger (1964) and Our Agent Tiger (1965), both featuring Hanin in the starring role of secret agent Le Tigre. His 1985 film Hell Train was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Special Prize.[1]

Selected filmography[edit]


Year Title Role Director
1953 La môme vert-de-gris a bodyguard Bernard Borderie
1955 Les Hussards a soldier Alex Joffé
1957 He Who Must Die Pannagotaros Jules Dassin
1958 Tamango First Mate Bebe John Berry
Le désordre et la nuit Simoni Gilles Grangier
1959 Du rififi chez les femmes "Bug" Alex Joffé
Breathless Cal Zombach Jean-Luc Godard
The Verdict
1960 Rocco and His Brothers Morini Luchino Visconti
1961 Le Miracle des loups Charles the Bold André Hunebelle
1962 Les Ennemis (fr) Capitaine Jean de Lursac Édouard Molinaro
March on Rome Capitaine Paolinelli Dino Risi
1964 Le Tigre aime la chair fraiche Louis Rapière aka "le Tigre" Claude Chabrol
Marie-Chantal contre le docteur Kha Bruno Kerrien Claude Chabrol
1965 Our Agent Tiger Louis Rapière aka "le Tigre" Claude Chabrol
1966 The Brides of Fu Manchu Pierre Grimaldi Don Sharp
1967 Da Berlino l'Apocalisse Saint Dominique Mario Maffei
1968 They Came to Rob Las Vegas the Boss Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi
1982 Le Grand Pardon (fr) Raymond Bettoun Alexandre Arcady
Les Misérables the innkeeper Robert Hossein
1992 Day of Atonement Raymond Bettoun Alexandre Arcady



  1. ^ "14th Moscow International Film Festival (1985)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-02-08. 

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