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Hubert Rostaing (1918–1990)

Hubert Rostaing was born on September 17, 1918 in Lyon, France as Hubert Louis Auguste Rostaing. He is known for his work on The Tenant (1976), Flic ou voyou (1979) and La grande bouffe (1973). He was married to Paulette Rollin. He died on June 10, 1990 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 71) in Paris, France

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The Tenant
The Tenant Music Department
Flic ou voyou
Flic ou voyou Music Department
La grande bouffe
La grande bouffe Music Department
Eye of the Widow
Eye of the Widow Composer


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 1988 Les saisons du plaisir (music arranger)
 1981 Un assassin qui passe (conductor)
 1979 Moments de la vie d'une femme (music arranger)
 1979 Au bout du bout du banc (music arranger)
 1979 Flic ou voyou (musician: clarinet)
 1979 The Adolescent (music arranger)
 1978 A Simple Story (musical director)
 1978 Le sucre (composer: additional music)
 1978 Sale rêveur (musical director) / (orchestrator)
 1977 Mort d'un pourri (orchestrator)
 1977 Des enfants gâtés (conductor)
 1977 Comme la lune (conductor)
 1977 The Purple Taxi (composer: additional music - uncredited)
 1977 Violette & François (musician)
 1976 Barocco (musical director)
 1976 Mado (orchestrator)
 1976 Marie-poupée (conductor)
 1976 Now We've Seen It All! (orchestrator)
 1976 The Tenant (conductor)
 1976 La dernière femme (conductor)
 1976 Le juge et l'assassin (musical director)
 1975 The French Detective (musical director)
 1975 7 morts sur ordonnance (conductor)
 1974 Les seins de glace (orchestrator)
 1974 Creezy (orchestrator)
 1974 Don't Touch the White Woman! (orchestrator)
 1974 The Clockmaker of St. Paul (orchestrator)
 1973 Le train (conductor) / (orchestrator)
 1973 Two Men in Town (orchestrator)
 1973 Man in the Trunk (orchestrator)
 1973 La grande bouffe (musical director)
 1973 Le fils (conductor)
 1972 César and Rosalie (orchestrator)
 1972 Le droit d'aimer (orchestrator)
 1972 Liza (musician) / (orchestrator)
 1964 Friend of the Family (arranger)
 1949 Je n'aime que toi... (music performer - as Hubert Rostaing and His Sextette)
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Hubert Rostaing and His Sextette

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In 1964, he made the musical arrangements of the French song "C'est si bon" which was written in 1947 by Henri Betti (music) and André Hornez (lyrics) for the recorded of Yves Montand.

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