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Georges Lautner (1926–2013)


Georges Lautner was born on January 24, 1926 in Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France. He was a director and writer, known for The Professional (1981), Monsieur Gangster (1963) and Let's Not Get Angry (1966). He was married to Caroline Lautner. He died on November 22, 2013 in Paris, France. See full bio »

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(age 87) in Paris, France

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The Professional
The Professional Director
(1981)
Monsieur Gangster
(1963)
Let's Not Get Angry
(1966)
La maison assassinée
(1988)

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He is the author of the forewords of the following books: "Des tontons flingeurs et des barbouzes" de J-L Denat et P. Guingamp ( ISBN 9782852081659), "Pleins feux sur les Tontons Flingueurs" by Pierre-Jean Lancry ( ISBN 9782847871029) and "Les Teigneux" (graphic novel) by Chanoinat and Castaza ( ISBN 9782845653214). See more »

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Son of jeweler and aviator Léopold Lautner who died in an airplane crash in 1938. See more »

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