Armand Thirard

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Armand Thirard
Born25 October 1899
Died12 November 1973(1973-11-12) (aged 74)
Other namesArmand Henri Julien Thirard
OccupationCinematographer
Years active1923–1969 (film)

Armand Thirard (25 October 1899 – 12 November 1973) was a French cinematographer. [1] He worked on more than a hundred and twenty films during his career.

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  1. Raimondo-Souto p. 341

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