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François Boyer (1920–2003)

François Boyer was born in 1920 in Sézanne, Marne, France. He was a writer and actor, known for Forbidden Games (1952), People of No Importance (1956) and Le joueur (1958). He died on May 24, 2003 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Yvelines, France. See full bio »

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 1983 La vie de Berlioz (TV Mini-Series) (writer)
 1979 L'homme au petit chien (TV Movie) (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1977 Où vont les poissons rouges? (TV Movie)
 1976 Nick Verlaine ou Comment voler la Tour Eiffel (TV Mini-Series) (adaptation and dialogue)
 1974 Gross Paris (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1973 Forbidden Priests (adaptation - dialogue)
 1972 The Bar at the Crossing (dialogue)
 1970 Le petit bougnat (scenario and dialogue)
 1969 Under the Sign of the Bull (writer)
 1968 The Most Beautiful Month (writer)
 1967 The 25th Hour
 1965 Les copains (adaptation & dialogue)
 1964 Weekend at Dunkirk (adaptation and screenplay)
 1963 Bebert and the Train (adaptation and dialogue) / (novel)
 1962 A Monkey in Winter (adaptation)
 1962 War of the Buttons (adaptation and dialogue)
 1959 Green Harvest (adaptation and dialogue)
 1958 Le joueur (dialogue) / (writer)
 1957 A Kiss for a Killer (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1957 Que les hommes sont bêtes (adaptation and dialogue)
 1957 Élisa
 1956 People of No Importance (dialogue)
 1955 The Little Rebels (adaptation & dialogue)
 1954 Wild Fruit (dialogue)
 1952 Forbidden Games (dialogue) / (novel "Les Jeux Inconnus") / (screenplay)
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