Henri Tisot

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Henri Tisot (1 June 1937 – 6 August 2011) was a French actor, writer, and humorist. He was best known for playing Adolf Hitler in the farcical film The Fuhrer Runs Amok,[1] for his parodies of the speeches of General Charles de Gaulle,[2] and for the television series La trilogie marseillaise.[3]

Henri Tisot was born in La Seyne-sur-Mer. He died at the age of 74 in Sanary-sur-Mer, Var, France.[2]

Work[edit]

Film[edit]

  • 1985 Hell Train
  • 1983 Une jeunesse
  • 1982 La baraka
  • 1979 Charles and Lucie
  • 1975 Maître Pygmalion
  • 1974 Gross Paris
  • 1974 The Fuhrer Runs Amok
  • 1974 The Bed
  • 1974 Le Lit... Ze Bawdy Bed
  • 1973 The Edifying and Joyous Story of Colinot
  • 1970 Happy He Who Like Ulysses
  • 1969 Aux frais de la princesse
  • 1969 Les gros malins
  • 1965 Killer Spy
  • 1963 Le roi du village
  • 1963 Le temps des copains
  • 1962 My Uncle from Texas
  • 1962 The Devil and the Ten Commandments
  • 1962 Tales of Paris
  • 1961 La menace
  • 1961 Les amours de Paris
  • 1961 Lafayette
  • 1959 Marriage of Figaro
  • 1958 Would-Be Gentleman

Television[edit]

  • 2000 La trilogie marseillaise: César (movie)
  • 2000 La trilogie marseillaise: Fanny (movie)
  • 2000 La trilogie marseillaise: Marius (movie)
  • 1987 Série noire (series)
  • 1986 Le dindon (movie)
  • 1986 Cinéma 16 (series)
  • 1985 La poudre aux yeux (movie)
  • 1983 Vichy dancing (movie)
  • 1982 L'australienne (movie)
  • 1981 La scélérate Thérèse (movie)
  • 1981 Les gaietés de la correctionnelle (series)
  • 1981 Le cocu magnifique (movie)
  • 1980 Vient de paraître (movie)
  • 1979 Joséphine ou la comédie des ambitions (mini-series)
  • 1979 La nuit de l'été (movie)
  • 1971-1978 Au théâtre ce soir (series)
  • 1976 Le milliardaire (movie)
  • 1975 Les Zingari (series)
  • 1973 Arsène Lupin (series)
  • 1972 Le voleur de riens (movie)
  • 1970 Les lettres de mon moulin (movie)
  • 1969 D'Artagnan (mini-series)
  • 1961-1962 Le temps des copains (series)
  • 1961 Le théâtre de la jeunesse (series)
  • 1960 Cyrano de Bergerac (movie)
  • 1960 Les cinq dernières minutes (series)
  • 1960 Rouge (movie)
  • 1959 Le chandelier (movie)

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