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André Hunebelle (1896–1985)

André Hunebelle (b. 1896) was an odd-job man ,always seeing which way the wind would blow when he made his movies;hence his eclecticism ,so to speak:comedies,swashbucklers (genre in which his gave his most pleasant works ),spy thrillers ,spoofs .... His comedies (his dominant genre in the fifties) were mostly "Théatre De Boulevard " ,many of them ... See full bio »

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Captain Blood
Captain Blood Director
(1960)
Le Bossu
Le Bossu Director
(1959)
Mannequins de Paris
(1956)
Blood on His Sword
(1961)

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He was the father of screenwriter Jean Halain.

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