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Raymond Lefevre (1929–2008)

Raymond Lefevre was born on November 20, 1929 in Calais, Pas-de-Calais, France. He was a composer, known for Grand Prix R.T.L. International 70 (1970), The Troops of St. Tropez (1964) and Le palmarès des chansons (1965). He was married to Nicole Bernard-Savary. He died on June 27, 2008 in Seine-Port, Seine-et-Marne, France. See full bio »

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Grand Prix R.T.L. International 70
Grand Prix R.T.L. International 70 Himself - Bandleader
The Troops of St. Tropez
Le palmarès des chansons
The Troops & Aliens


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 1975 L'intrépide
 1974 Le permis de conduire (as Raymond Lefèvre)
 1971 Jo (as Raymond Lefèvre)
 1970 The Troops on Vacation (as Raymond Lefebvre)
 1969 La maison de campagne (as Raymond Lefebvre)
 1965 Déclic et des claques (as Raymond Lefebvre)
 1964 Les gorilles (as Raymond Lefebvre)
 1964 The Troops of St. Tropez (as Raymond Lefebvre)
 1963 Les vierges (as Raymond Lefèvre)
 1958 Incognito
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In 1969 his recording of "La Reine de Saba" (Queen of Sheba) became a big hit in Japan. From 1972 until the early 2000s (decade), he undertook several successful tours of Japan. See more »

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