Claude Mulot

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Claude Mulot (1942–1986) was a French screenwriter and film director who mainly specialized in adult films but also made various attempts in other genres like horror films (The Blood Rose), comedies (Le jour se lève et les conneries commencent) or thrillers (Le Couteau sous la gorge). He accidentally drowned at the early age of 44 while his screenplay On se calme et on boit frais à Saint-Tropez was being shot by Max Pécas in Saint-Tropez in 1986.


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