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Claude Makovski (1936–2020)

Claude Makovski was born on July 31, 1936 in Paris, France. He was an actor and writer, known for A Very Curious Girl (1969), Il faut vivre dangereusement (1975) and Charles and Lucie (1979). He died on August 4, 2020 in Genève, Canton de Genève, Switzerland. See full bio »

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A Very Curious Girl Victor, le vendeur
Papa, the Lil' Boats A Police Officer with Beard


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 1994 Honorin et l'enfant prodigue (TV Movie)
 1993 Polly West est de retour (TV Movie)
 1991 Les mouettes (TV Movie)
Le photographe
 1990 Lacenaire
L'avocat général
 1988 Le crépuscule des loups (TV Movie)
City hall agent #1
 1987 Velvet Paws (TV Movie)
Un infirmier
 1983 Ode à la vidéo (Short)
 1982 Ce fut un bel été (TV Movie)
Eric Ashby
 1976 A Young Emmanuelle
Le critique litteraire TV
 1973 The Year 01
L'homme au képi dans la rue (as Claude Makowski)
 1971 Papa, the Lil' Boats
A Police Officer with Beard (as Iks Vokam)
 1969 A Very Curious Girl
Victor, le vendeur (uncredited)
 1964 Band of Outsiders
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Alternate Names:

Claude Makowski | Iks Vokam

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Claude Makovski was one of the founders of the Mac Mahon circle, a group of cinephiles centered at the Paris movie theatre of that name, who prioritized showing and defending the work of the Four Aces: Fritz Lang, Joseph Losey, Otto Preminger, and Raoul Walsh. See more »

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