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Haroun Tazieff (1914–1998)

Haroun Tazieff was born on May 11, 1914 in Warsaw, Poland, Russian Empire. He is known for his work on Le volcan interdit (1966), The Devil's Blast (1959) and Fantomas Unleashed (1965). He died on February 5, 1998 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 83) in Paris, France

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Le volcan interdit Cinematographer
The Devil's Blast Cinematographer
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 1973 National Geographic Specials (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
 1967 The World About Us (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
- Volcano (1967) ... (filmed by)
 1966 Le volcan interdit (Documentary)
 1959 The Devil's Blast (Documentary)
 1953 Le gouffre de la Pierre Saint-Martin (Documentary short)
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Alternate Names:

l'équipe H. Tazieff | Haroun Terzieff

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Tazieff was a leading French volcano expert and photographer. He served in French Prime Minister Laurent Fabius' cabinet as secretary of state for the prevention of natural and technological disasters in 1984.

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