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Maurice Garçon (25 November 1889, Lille – 29 December 1967, Paris) was a French novelist, historian, essayist and lawyer. A major figure at the bar, he gained a certain notoriety and was even mentioned with René Floriot in the last phrase of Jean-Pierre Melville's film "Bob le flambeur".