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Georges Tabet (1905–1984)

Georges Tabet was born on January 23, 1905 in Algiers, Alger, France [now Algeria]. He was a writer and actor, known for La Grande Vadrouille (1966), Folies-Bergère (1956) and Love Me Strangely (1971). He was previously married to Grace Leader. He died on February 28, 1984 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 79) in Paris, France

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 1974 La grande nouba (dialogue)
 1971 The Lion's Share (adaptation and dialogue)
 1971 Love Me Strangely (screenplay - adaptation, dialogue)
 1970 Falling Point (dialogue)
 1970 Vertigo for a Killer (screenplay - adaptation, dialogue)
 1970 The Heist (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1967 Verdict (TV Series) (dialogue - 1 episode)
- Un ami pour mourir (1967) ... (dialogue)
 1967 The Oldest Profession (screenplay - segment "La belle époque")
 1966 La Grande Vadrouille (dialogue)
 1965 The Secret Killer (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1965 The Sucker (dialogue - as Georges André Tabet)
 1964 Marked Eyes (dialogue)
 1964 Death of a Killer (dialogue)
 1964 Agent 38-24-36 (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1963 Stranger from Hong-Kong (adaptation - as Georges-André Tabet) / (dialogue - as Georges-André Tabet)
 1962 Sexy al neon (Documentary)
 1962 A Touch of Treason (dialogue)
 1959 Un témoin dans la ville (dialogue)
 1958 Why Women Sin (writer)
 1958 Girls of the Night (writer)
 1957 Donnez-moi ma chance (written by)
 1956 Folies-Bergère (adaptation) / (scenario)
 1955 An der schönen blauen Donau (screenplay - as George Tabet)
 1954 It's the Paris Life (screenplay)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Georges André Tabet | Georges-André Tabet | George Tabet | Tabet


Grace Leader  (his death)


André Tabet (sibling)

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He formed a successful vocal duet with Jacques Pills from 1932 to 1939.

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