Forty become cult "The Tontons gunslingers" films: the trailer "Le Pacha" trailer "The Professional" Trailer "Cop or Hood 'Trailer 1958: La Vie en Rose buttons , 1959: Sink or Swim, 1960: Stop the drums; 1961: In full waxing, 1961: The Black Monocle with Paul Meurisse, 1961: The Seventh Juror, Bernard Blier, 1962: Eye of the Monocle, with Paul Meurisse , 1963: The Tontons gunslingers, with Lino Ventura, Bernard Blier and Francis Blanche 1963: The dandelions by the root, with Louis de FunÃ¨s, 1964: The Monocle laughs yellow with Paul Meurisse, 1964: The Barbouzes with Lino Ventura, Bernard Blier and Francis Blanche 1965: The Good Living (aka A great Lord), with Louis de FunÃ¨s, Bernard Blier, Jean Richard, movie skits, 1966: Galia, with Mireille Darc, 1966: Do not get angry, Lino Ventura, Mireille Darc and Jean Lefebvre, 1967: The Great Grasshopper, with Mireille Darc, 1967: Flower sorrel with Mireille Darc, 1968: Le Pacha, with Jean Gabin, 1969: On the road to Salina, 1970: Let go, it's a waltz, with Mireille Darc and Jean Yanne, 1971: There was once a cop, with Mireille Darc and Michel Constantin, 1972: Some gentlemen too quiet, with Michel Galabru and Jean Lefebvre, 1973: Suitcase , with Mireille Darc, Michel Constantin and Jean-Pierre Marielle, 1974: Breasts ice, with Alain Delon and Mireille Darc, 1975: No problem, Jean Lefebvre, Miou-Miou and Bernard Menez, 1976: On Aura Tout seen with Pierre Richard, 1977: Death of a rotten, with Alain Delon, 1978: They are crazy wizards, Jean Lefebvre, 1979: Cop or Hood, starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, 1980: Guignolo with Jean- Paul Belmondo, 1980: Is it reasonable, with Miou-Miou and GÃ©rard Lanvin, 1981: The Professional, with Jean-Paul Belmondo, 1983: Attention! A woman can hide another, with Miou-Miou, Roger Hanin and Eddy Mitchell, 1984 Happy Easter, with Jean-Paul Belmondo, 1984: Cowboy with Aldo Maccione, 1985 La Cage aux folles 3 – 'Elles' marry, with Ugo Tognazzi and Michel Serrault, 1986: Gerard Floque dissolute life with Roland Giraud, 1987: The Murdered House, Patrick Bruel, 1988: Surprise guest, Victor Lanoux, Jean and Michel Galabru Carmet; 1989 Presumed dangerous, with Robert Mitchum and Michael Brandon 1991 Triplex, 1991: Room service, with Michel and Michel Serrault Galabru, 1992 Strangers in the house, with Jean-Paul Belmondo.
Sad coincidence. Georges Lautner, 87, the director of the "Tontons gunslingers" in a Parisian hospital clinic since early November, died last night. His disappearance comes as it prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his "Tontons gunslingers", released November 27, 1963, and became a cult dialogues with Michel Audiard, unforgettable numbers actor Lino Ventura Bernard Blier or Francis Blanche and music by Michel Magne. He then totaled 3.3 million admissions in France. A success but not a triumph. Since then, the "Tonton" film in black and white, was the heyday of the television, with 16 releases. The last, December 2, 2012, still had collected more than 5 million viewers. Born 24 January 1926 in Nice (Alpes-Maritimes), son of actress RenÃ©e Saint-Cyr and a Viennese-born jeweler, Georges Lautner was mounted in Paris in 1933, when his mother began her career. After completing the course at the Lycee Janson-de-Sailly and won his baccalaureate in philosophy and science, he soon turned to film, encouraged by his mother, doing odd jobs. In 1961, after two films without much interest, Lautner turns "black Monocle," a thriller with Paul Meurisse in the lead role. A successful summit comedy where he became the king of entry. Alain Poire, production manager at the time at Gaumont, offered him the "Tontons gunslingers" with the success that we know. Lautner meeting at that time, a large and pretty blonde Mireille Darc. He engages in "Dandelions by root", "the Barbouzes", "Galia", "Let us not get angry," among others. In 1968, Lautner directed "Pacha" with Jean Gabin, which was originally run in "Tonton". Things are difficult between the two men. But after a few weeks, the current eventually pass and the film is still a classic. He then launches into "Road Salina," a film he is keen personally and rotates with the American Mimsy Farmer. Failure. Lautner returns to comedy with parody "Let go, it's a waltz," with Jean Yanne. In 1970, Lautner string of successes, including heads Jean-Paul Belmondo in "Cop or Hood." Became friends, the two men are still working together for the "Guignolo", "the Professional" huge success at the box office in 1981, and "Happy Easter" where BÃ©bel starred with Sophie Marceau. Lautner still run with Patrick Bruel before making his latest film, "The Unknown in the house," in 1992, with his accomplice Belmondo "murdered the house." You should check this http://3ppp3.ingyenesenletolthetokonyvek.net to learn more regarding this interesting matter.
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