Georges Lautner

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Georges Lautner
Georges Lautner Cannes 2010.JPG
Born(1926-01-24)24 January 1926
Nice, France
Died22 November 2013(2013-11-22) (aged 87)
Paris, France
OccupationFilm director
Screenwriter
Known forLes Tontons flingueurs

Georges Lautner (French: [lotnɛʁ]; 24 January 1926 – 22 November 2013[1]) was a French film director and screenwriter.

Attracted from its beginnings to comedy, Lautner is best known for having put in image the most famous replicas of Michel Audiard, french screenwriter and film director, (their most famous collaboration remaining Tontons flingueurs). His incursions into other genres (including Le Professionnel in 1981 or La Maison assassinée in 1988) were also popular with the public. He remains a great figure in the French comedy of the post-war period.

He was born in Nice, the son of actress Renée Saint-Cyr.[2]

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Filmography[edit]

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On achève bien les cons !, is a thriller comic written by Georges Lautner and drawn by Phil Castaza, published by Soleil Productions in January the 28th 2004. This comics has been recently adapted for the screen by SystemD Productions.

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  1. ^ "Georges Lautner, le réalisateur des "Tontons Flingueurs", est mort"
  2. ^ "Georges Lautner". NNDB. Retrieved 2012-10-04.

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