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Auguste Le Breton (1913–1999)

Auguste Le Breton was born on February 18, 1913 in Lesneven, Finistère, France as Auguste Monfort. He was a writer and actor, known for Rififi (1955), Bob le Flambeur (1956) and Le rouge est mis (1957). He died on May 31, 1999 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Yvelines, France. See full bio »

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 2008 Behind the Walls (novel "Hauts murs")
 2002/I The Good Thief (screenplay "Bob le flambeur")
 1969 The Sicilian Clan (novel)
 1966 Brigade Anti Gangs (novel) / (screenplay)
 1966 The Upper Hand (novel)
 1964 Law of the Streets (novel "La Loi des rules")
 1963 Rififi in Tokyo (novel "Rififi a Tokyo")
 1959 Riff Raff Girls (adaptation) / (based on the novel by) / (dialogue)
 1958 Sinners of Paris (novel)
 1957 Le rouge est mis (dialogue) / (novel)
 1956 Bob le Flambeur (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1956 Law of the Streets (novel)
 1955 Rififi (collaboration) / (dialogue) / (novel "Du rififi chez les hommes")
 1955 Razzia (based on the novel by) / (dialogue)
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Novel: "Rififi a Tokyo" (filmed as Rififi in Tokyo (1963) See more »

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French author of crime novels. He fought in the French Resistance during the German occupation in World War II and was later awarded the Croix de guerre and the Resistance medal.

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