Guy Lefranc

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Guy Lefranc
Born(1919-10-21)21 October 1919
Paris, France
Died1 February 1994(1994-02-01) (aged 74)
Occupation(s)Director, screenwriter
Years active1946–1989

Guy Lefranc (21 October 1919 - 1 February 1994) was a French director and screenwriter.



YearTitleRoleBox OfficeNotes
1946 A Friend Will Come Tonight Assistant director/Directed by Raymond Bernard
Goodbye Darling Assistant director/Directed by Raymond Bernard
Dropped from Heaven Assistant director/Directed by Emil-Edwin Reinert
1947 Destiny Has Fun First Assistant Director/Directed by Emil-Edwin Reinert
La colère des dieuxAssistant director/Directed by Karel Lamač
Monsieur Vincent Assistant director$52,914,675 [1] Directed by Maurice Cloche
1948Le destin exécrable de Guillemette BabinAssistant director/Directed by Guillaume Radot
1949Pattes blanchesAssistant director/Directed by Jean Grémillon
1950Tuesday's GuestAssistant director/Directed by Jacques Deval
1951 Dr. Knock Director/
Une histoire d'amourDirector/
Without Leaving an Address Assistant director$15,167,782 [2] Directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois
Diary of a Country Priest First Assistant Director/Directed by Robert Bresson
1952 The Man in My Life Director/
She and Me Director/
1953 Capitaine Pantoufle Director/
1954Le fil à la patteDirector$13,480,312 [3]
1956 La Bande à papa Director$21,849,420 [4]
Fernand cow-boyDirector/
1957Bonjour la chanceDirector/
1958La mouchardeDirector & writer/
Suivez-moi jeune hommeDirector & writer/
1961Cause toujours, mon lapinDirector & writer/
1962 The Elusive Corporal Assistant director & Writer$16,940,677 [5] Directed by Jean Renoir
Conduite à gaucheDirector/
L'inspecteur Leclerc enquêteDirector/TV series (1 episode)
1964Laissez tirer les tireursDirector/
1966Les malabars sont au parfumDirector & writer$12,262,020 [6]
Sale temps pour les mouchesDirector$13,341,847 [7]
1968Béru et ces damesDirector & Editor$11,192,437 [8]
Salut Berthe!Director/
1969L'auvergnat et l'autobusDirector/
1970Et qu'ça saute!Director & writer/
1974L'implantationDirector/TV movie
1975Le secret des dieuxDirector/TV mini-series
Marie-AntoinetteDirector/TV mini-series
1978La filièreDirector/TV mini-series
1979Désiré LafargeDirector/TV series (1 episode)
1980L'enterrement de Monsieur BouvetDirector & writer/TV movie
Commissaire Moulin Director/TV series (1 episode)
Julien Fontanes, magistrat Director/TV series (2 episodes)
1981 Dickie-roi Director & writer/TV series (6 episodes)
1982 Julien Fontanes, magistrat Director/TV series (1 episode)
1983 Julien Fontanes, magistrat Director/TV series (1 episode)
1984 Julien Fontanes, magistrat Director/TV series (1 episode)
1989 Julien Fontanes, magistrat Director/TV series (1 episode)

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