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Claude Pinoteau (1925–2012)

Claude Pinoteau was born on May 25, 1925 in Boulogne-Billancourt, Seine [now Hauts-de-Seine], France. He was an assistant director and writer, known for La 7ème cible (1984), The Slap (1974) and Escape to Nowhere (1973). He was married to Birte Pedersen and Margaret Mordaunt-Léonard. He died on October 5, 2012 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, ... See full bio »

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(1984)
The Slap Writer
(1974)
(1973)
Cache Cash Writer
(1994)

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 1972 Money Money Money (assistant director)
 1971 Smic Smac Smoc (assistant director - uncredited)
 1970 The Crook (assistant director)
 1969 Life Love Death (assistant director)
 1968 Guns for San Sebastian (assistant director)
 1967 The 25th Hour (assistant director)
 1965 The Lace Wars (assistant director)
 1965 Up to His Ears (assistant director)
 1964 Weekend at Dunkirk (first assistant director)
 1964 Greed in the Sun (first assistant director)
 1963 The Day and the Hour (assistant director)
 1963 Any Number Can Win (first assistant director)
 1962 A Monkey in Winter (assistant director)
 1961 Tout l'or du monde (assistant director)
 1959 Houla Houla (assistant director)
 1958 The Stowaway (assistant director)
 1957 The Tricyclist (assistant director)
 1957 Escapade (assistant director)
 1957 Until the Last One (assistant director)
 1956 The Lebanese Mission (second assistant director)
 1956 Law of the Streets (first assistant director)
 1955 Lola Montès (assistant director)
 1955 The Doctors (assistant director)
 1954 The Lovers of Lisbon (assistant director)
 1954 The Big Flag (assistant director)
 1954 The Bed (assistant director - segment "Riviera-Express")
 1954 Anatole chéri (assistant director)
 1953 Companions of the Night (assistant director)
 1952 Jocelyn (assistant director)
 1951 They Were Five (assistant director)
 1951 Olivia (first assistant director)
 1950 The Straw Lover (assistant director)
 1950 Just Me (assistant director)
 1950 Les Enfants Terribles (assistant director)
 1950 Orpheus (assistant director - as C. Pinoteau)
 1949 The Cupid Club (assistant director)
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C. Pinoteau | Pinoteau
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Brother of director Jacques Pinoteau. See more »

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Gemini

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