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Jean Aurel (1925–1996)

Jean Aurel was born on November 6, 1925 in Rastolita, Mures, Romania. He was a writer and director, known for Over There, 1914-18 (1963), De l'amour (1964) and Les femmes (1969). He died on August 26, 1996 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 70) in Paris, France

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Over There, 1914-18
De l'amour
De l'amour Writer
Les femmes
Les femmes Writer
Le Trou
Le Trou Writer


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 1995 La malaimée (adaptation) / (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1994 Rosine (adaptation)
 1985 Staline (Documentary)
 1983 Confidentially Yours (adaptation - dialogue)
 1981 The Woman Next Door (original scenario)
 1979 Love on the Run (scenario)
 1969 Les femmes (screenplay)
 1968 Manon 70 (writer)
 1967 Lamiel
 1966 Gariban (screenplay "Porte des Lilas" - uncredited)
 1964 De l'amour (screenplay)
 1960 Le Trou (adaptation)
 1959 Oh! Qué mambo (screenplay)
 1959 Délit de fuite (writer)
 1958 Taxi, roulotte et corrida (adaptation)
 1958 Chéri, fais-moi peur (writer)
 1957 La Parisienne (adaptation) / (original scenario)
 1957 Le triporteur (collaboration)
 1957 The Gates of Paris (screenplay)
 1956 Club de femmes (adaptation)
 1956 C'est arrivé à Aden... (screenplay)
 1956 Maid in Paris (adaptation)
 1954 Embarquement pour le ciel (Documentary short)
 1954 Mata Hari's Daughter (screenplay)
 1951 L'affaire Manet (Documentary short)
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