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Andr Breton (Character)
from Surrealissimo: The Scandalous Success of Salvador Dali (2002) (TV)

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Overview

Biography:
André Breton (French: ; 19 February 1896 28 September 1966) was a French writer... See more »
Alternate Names:
A. Breton / Andre Breton / Andre breton

Filmography

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Feature:
  1. Opium (2013) Played by Roland Menou

  2. Oscar: The Color of Destiny (2008) Played by Antonio Cifo
    ... aka "Óscar. Una pasión surrealista" - Spain (original title)
  3. The Death of Salvador Dali (2005) Played by Alan Shearman (as Andre Breton)
  4. Frida (2002) Played by Omar Chagall

  5. Zina (1985) Played by George Antoni (as Andre Breton)

  6. Europe After the Rain (1978) Played by Michael Harbour (as Andre Breton)
TV:
  1. Dalí, être Dieu (2002) (TV) Played by Joan Pau Romaní (as A. Breton)
  2. Surrealissimo: The Scandalous Success of Salvador Dali (2002) (TV) Played by Stephen Fry (as Andre Breton)
Video:
  1. Surrealism (1993) (V) Played by George Rohrbach (as Andre breton)

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Quotes:
From Surrealissimo: The Scandalous Success of Salvador Dali (2002) (TV)
Rosey: [Knocks on table before each person speaks] Velázquez?
Andre Breton: No, dull evening predicted.
Bauer: [Knock] No, too classical.
Aragon: [Knock] No, monarch flatterer.
Yoyotte: [Knock] Erm... yes, but in silence.
Aragon: You always say that.
Andre Breton: [Knock] What does Dalí think?
Salvador Dali: [Knock, knock] Yes, of course, Velázquez. Hmph!
Andre Breton: Dalí's reasoning?
Salvador Dali: I would like his autograph.
[...]
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