|Born||21 October 1919|
|Died||1 February 1994 74) (aged|
Guy Lefranc (21 October 1919 - 1 February 1994) was a French director and screenwriter.
|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 dieux||Assistant director||/||Directed by Karel Lamač|
|Monsieur Vincent||Assistant director||$52,914,675 ||Directed by Maurice Cloche|
|1948||Le destin exécrable de Guillemette Babin||Assistant director||/||Directed by Guillaume Radot|
|1949||Pattes blanches||Assistant director||/||Directed by Jean Grémillon|
|1950||Tuesday's Guest||Assistant director||/||Directed by Jacques Deval|
|Une histoire d'amour||Director||/|
|Without Leaving an Address||Assistant director||$15,167,782 ||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||/|
|1954||Le fil à la patte||Director||$13,480,312 |
|1956||La Bande à papa||Director||$21,849,420 |
|1957||Bonjour la chance||Director||/|
|1958||La moucharde||Director & writer||/|
|Suivez-moi jeune homme||Director & writer||/|
|1961||Cause toujours, mon lapin||Director & writer||/|
|1962||The Elusive Corporal||Assistant director & Writer||$16,940,677 ||Directed by Jean Renoir|
|Conduite à gauche||Director||/|
|L'inspecteur Leclerc enquête||Director||/||TV series (1 episode)|
|1964||Laissez tirer les tireurs||Director||/|
|1966||Les malabars sont au parfum||Director & writer||$12,262,020 |
|Sale temps pour les mouches||Director||$13,341,847 |
|1968||Béru et ces dames||Director & Editor||$11,192,437 |
|1969||L'auvergnat et l'autobus||Director||/|
|1970||Et qu'ça saute!||Director & writer||/|
|1975||Le secret des dieux||Director||/||TV mini-series|
|1978||La filière||Director||/||TV mini-series|
|1979||Désiré Lafarge||Director||/||TV series (1 episode)|
|1980||L'enterrement de Monsieur Bouvet||Director & 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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