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André Dino

André Dino is known for his work on The 400 Blows (1959), Les Bonnes Femmes (1960) and Les Enfants Terribles (1950). See full bio »

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Known For

The 400 Blows
The 400 Blows Camera and Electrical Department
(1959)
Les Bonnes Femmes
Les Bonnes Femmes Camera and Electrical Department
(1960)
Les Enfants Terribles
Les Enfants Terribles Camera and Electrical Department
(1950)
Oscar
Oscar Camera and Electrical Department
(1967)

Filmography

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 1967 Playtime (still photographer)
 1967 Oscar (still photographer)
 1965 Blue Panther (still photographer)
 1963 Les vierges (still photographer)
 1963 Les abysses (assistant camera)
 1962 Le signe du lion (still photographer)
 1962 Les sept péchés capitaux (still photographer - segment "Envie, L'")
 1960 The Love Game (still photographer)
 1960 Les Bonnes Femmes (still photographer)
 1959 The 400 Blows (still photographer)
 1958 Le Beau Serge (still photographer)
 1958 Mon Oncle (still photographer - as Andre Dino)
 1955 Boulevard du crime (still photographer)
 1954 Le secret d'Hélène Marimon (still photographer)
 1951 Les amants de Bras-Mort (still photographer)
 1950 Les Enfants Terribles (still photographer)
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Alternate Names:

Andre Dino | André Dinot

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