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Bruno Coquatrix (1910–1979)

Bruno Coquatrix was born on August 4, 1910 in Ronchin, Nord, France. He was married to Paulette Coquatrix. He died on April 1, 1979 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 68) in Paris, France

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Revolutionary Road
Revolutionary Road Soundtrack
The Quiet American
The Quiet American Soundtrack
Mafia II
Mafia II Soundtrack
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Les poneyttes Himself / En personne


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 2010 Mafia II (Video Game) (writer: "COUNT EVERY STAR")
 2008 Revolutionary Road (writer: "Count Every Star")
 2002 The Quiet American (music: "Mon Ange")
 1993-1999 La chance aux chansons (TV Series) (music - 3 episodes)
- Du Front populaire aux années noires (1999) ... (music: "Clopin-Clopant")
- Henri Betti: la Parade (2/2) (1993) ... (music: "Paris mes Amours")
- Henri Betti: la Parade (1/2) (1993) ... (music: "Avec")
 1992 Sacrée soirée (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 11 November 1992 (1992) ... (music: "Clopin-Clopant")
 1974 The Royal Variety Performance 1974 (TV Movie) (music: "Avec" - uncredited)
 1968 Discorama (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 19 May 1968 (1968) ... (music: "Paris mes Amours")
 1968 Le palmarès des chansons (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Joséphine Baker (1968) ... (music: "Paris mes Amours", "Avec")
 1966 Deutsche Schlagerfestspiele 1966 (TV Movie) (music: "Avec" - uncredited)
 1964 Rendez-vous avec... (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Les Djinns (1964) ... (music: "Clopin-Clopant")
 1951 Lucky Nick Cain (writer: "Lena")
 1950 Golden Salamander (music: "Clopin-Clopant")
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"Paris mes Amours" (revue) at the Olympia in Paris. Songs : "Paris mes Amours" and "Avec". Music by Henri Betti and Bruno Coquatrix. Lyrics by André Hornez. Performed by Josephine Baker.

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Best man of Henri Betti in 1949 and André Hornez in 1963. See more »

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