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Jean-Paul Cornu

Jean-Paul Cornu is known for his work on Le Samouraï (1967), Le Cercle Rouge (1970) and The Sicilian Clan (1969). See full bio »
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The 2016 Oscar nominees gathered Monday, Feb. 8, in Los Angeles for the official Oscars luncheon. Here's a selection of their most memorable quotes.

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 1995 Cousteau: My First 85 Years (TV Movie) (camera operator)
 1986-1987 Cousteau's Rediscovery of the World I (TV Series documentary) (camera operator - 2 episodes)
- Sea of Cortez: Legacy of Cortez (1987) ... (camera operator)
- Cuba: Waters of Desitny (1986) ... (camera operator)
 1985 Amazon (TV Series documentary) (camera operator - 1 episode)
- Snowstorm in the Jungle (1985) ... (camera operator)
 1977 The Cousteau Odyssey (TV Series documentary) (additional photographer)
 1975 Vous ne l'emporterez pas au paradis (camera operator)
 1975 Femmes vicieuses (camera operator)
 1974 Tell Me You Love Me (camera operator)
 1974 The Fuhrer Runs Amok (first assistant camera)
 1973 The Man from Acapulco (assistant camera)
 1973 Don Juan (Or If Don Juan Were a Woman) (second assistant camera)
 1971 Max and the Junkmen (assistant camera)
 1970 Le Cercle Rouge (second assistant camera)
 1969 The Sicilian Clan (assistant camera)
 1967 Diaboliquement vôtre (second assistant camera)
 1967 Le Samouraï (second assistant camera)
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