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Didier Haudepin worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Haudepin started his acting career landing roles in such films as the dramatic adaptation "Moderato Cantabile" (1963) with Jeanne Moreau, "This Special Friendship" (1964) and the Michael Crawford comedy "Hello-Goodbye" (1970). He also appeared in the Melina Mercouri biopic "La Promesse de l'aube" (1970), the Jacques Brel crime feature "Les Assasins de L'Ordre" (1971) and "Les Anges" (1972). His film career continued throughout the seventies in productions like "L' Innocente" (1976) with Giancarlo Giannini, "Ecoute Voir..." (1978) and "Guerres civiles en France" (1978). In the nineties, Haudepin lent his talents to projects like "Crystal Book" (1994) starring Jean-Francois Balmer, "False Pregnancy" (1994) and "Personne ne m'aime" with Bernadette Lafont (1994). His credits also expanded to "Regarde les hommes tomber" (1994) starring Jean-Louis Trintignant and "Those Were the Days" (1995) starring Elodie Bouchez. Most recently, Haudepin produced the Isild Le Besco foreign "Pas Douce" (2007).

Didier Haudepin worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Haudepin started his acting career landing roles in such films as the dramatic adaptation "Moderato Cantabile" (1963) with Jeanne Moreau, "This Special Friendship" (1964) and the Michael Crawford comedy "Hello-Goodbye" (1970). He also appeared in the Melina Mercouri biopic "La Promesse de l'aube" (1970), the Jacques Brel crime feature "Les Assasins de L'Ordre" (1971) and "Les Anges" (1972). His film career continued throughout the seventies in productions like "L' Innocente" (1976) with Giancarlo Giannini, "Ecoute Voir..." (1978) and "Guerres civiles en France" (1978). In the nineties, Haudepin lent his talents to projects like "Crystal Book" (1994) starring Jean-Francois Balmer, "False Pregnancy" (1994) and "Personne ne m'aime" with Bernadette Lafont (1994). His credits also expanded to "Regarde les hommes tomber" (1994) starring Jean-Louis Trintignant and "Those Were the Days" (1995) starring Elodie Bouchez. Most recently, Haudepin produced the Isild Le Besco foreign "Pas Douce" (2007).

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DIRECTOR:

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  Those Were the Days (1995) Director
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  Elsa, Elsa! (1985) Director
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  Paco the Infallible (1979) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Les Annees Campagnes (1992) Chirurgien
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 Ecoute Voir... (1978) Secretaire De Claude
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 Guerres civiles en France (1978) Ingenieur Des 3 Barricades
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 L'Innocente (1976) Federico Hermil
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 Les Anges (1972) Larry Ii
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 Helle (1972) Fabrice
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 Hello--Goodbye (1970) Raymond
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 Promise at Dawn (1970) Romain, age 15
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