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Jean-Jacques Lécot (1917–1978)

Jean-Jacques Lécot was born on March 22, 1917 in Paris, France. He was an actor and production manager, known for Gueule d'ange (1955), La meilleure part (1955) and Florence est folle (1944). He died on March 11, 1978 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 60) in Paris, France

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Gueule d'ange
Gueule d'ange Le chef de bande
La meilleure part
La meilleure part Pasquier, un ingénieur
Florence est folle
Les espions
Les espions Le faux contrôleur


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 1959 Croquemitoufle (as J.J. Lecot)
 1959 Time Bomb
 1958 Illegal Cargo
Tony (uncredited)
 1958 Sinners of Paris
L'inspecteur Falzer, de la P.J.
 1957 Les espions
Le faux contrôleur (as Jean-Jacques Lecot)
 1957 Les violents (as Jean-Jacques Lecot)
 1956 Shadow of the Guillotine
Saintève (uncredited)
 1955 La meilleure part
Pasquier, un ingénieur
 1955 The Little Rebels (as Jean-Jacques Lecot)
 1955 Gueule d'ange
Le chef de bande (as Jean Jacques Lecot)
 1955 Les chiffonniers d'Emmaüs
Le mécano (as J.J. Lecot)
 1953 The Adultress (uncredited)
 1951 Rue des Saussaies
Un gangster
 1951 Bibi Fricotin
 1950 The Strollers (as J.J. Lécot)
 1950 Le grand rendez-vous
 1949 Cinq tulipes rouges (as J.J. Lecot)
 1945 La boîte aux rêves
Un homme (uncredited)
 1944 Florence est folle
Bobby (as Jean-Jacques Lecot)
Show Show Production manager (6 credits)

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Alternate Names:

J.J. Lecot | Jean Jacques Lecot | Jean-Jacques Lecot | J.J. Lécot

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