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Helen Scott (VII) (1915–1987)

Helen Scott used to work for the French Film Office in New York. François Truffaut asked her to assist him during the interviews between him and Alfred Hitchcock. She translated the conversation because Truffaut wasn't an English speaking person. She established the American version of the book Hitchcock/Truffaut. She also participated in ... See full bio »

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(age 72) in Paris, France

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Known For

Fahrenheit 451
(1966)
Weekend
Weekend Woman in Car
(1967)
Bed & Board
Bed & Board Dame au restaurant
(1970)

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 1970 Bed & Board
Dame au restaurant (uncredited)
 1967 Weekend
Woman in Car (uncredited)
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 1966 Fahrenheit 451 (additional dialogue - uncredited)
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 1999 Reputations (TV Series documentary)
Herself - Translator
- Hitch: Alfred the Auteur (1999) ... Herself - Translator (uncredited)
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Hitchcock/Truffaut, by François Truffaut, translated by Helen Scott. Ed. Robert Laffont, 1962
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During the Second World War she was a leading broadcaster for Free French Radio, based in Brazzaville in the Congo. In 1965, for her work she was awarded the France Libre Medal, and in 1986 was made Chevalier De l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, the highest cultural honor in France. See more »

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