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Fabien Collin

Fabien Collin was born on November 19, 1917 in Oran, Algeria, France. He is an assistant director and director, known for Et la femme créa l'amour (1966), Un chien dans un jeu de quilles (1962) and Razzia (1955). See full bio »

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Razzia Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
People of No Importance
People of No Importance Second Unit Director or Assistant Director


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 1967 The Viscount (assistant director)
 1965 Wild Roots of Love (first assistant director)
 1960 The Big Show (assistant director)
 1956 I'll Get Back to Kandara (assistant director)
 1956 People of No Importance (assistant director)
 1955 Razzia (first assistant director)
 1954 One Step to Eternity (first assistant director)
 1954 The Bed (assistant director - segment "Billet de logement, Le")
 1954 The Scheming Women (assistant director)
 1953 Inside a Girls' Dormitory (assistant director)
 1953 The Lovers of Toledo (first assistant director)
 1952 The Truth of Our Marriage (assistant director)
 1951 Le désir et l'amour (assistant director)
 1951 Clara de Montargis (assistant director)
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