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Harold Manning

Harold Manning was born on May 26, 1968 in Durham, England. He is known for his work on O'Horten (2007), Through the Olive Trees (1994) and A Matter of Size (2009). He has been married to Françoise Tubaut since 1987. See full bio »
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 2013 La duchesse de Varsovie (dialogue)
 2009 A Matter of Size (french adaptation)
 2009 In the Loop (french adaptation - uncredited)
 2007 O'Horten (french adaptation)
 2005 El cantor
 2004 Autumn (adaptation)
 2004 Something About Sydney Pollack (TV Movie documentary)
 2003 More About the Condor (Video documentary short)
 2003 All Tomorrow's Parties (french adaptation)
 2002 Bear's Kiss (french adaptation)
 2000 The 42nd Annual Grammy Awards (TV Special) (french adaptation)
 1998 Gasman (Short) (french adaptation)
 1998 Loin du front (writer)
 1996 Amants de Saint-Jean (Short)
 1995 Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask (Documentary) (french adaptation)
 1995 Les sables (Short) (adaptation)
 1994 Through the Olive Trees (french adaptation)
 1988 Fourteen Days in May (french adaptation)
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Is a regular interpreter in France for Jim Jarmusch, David Lynch, Francis Ford Coppola or Ken Loach. See more »

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