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Paul Misraki

Paul Misraki


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Also Known As: Died: October 29, 1998
Born: January 28, 1908 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Istanbul, TR Profession: Music ...


Music (feature film)

Good Year, A (2006)
London-based Investment expert Max Skinner moves to Provence to tend a small vineyard he inherited from his late uncle. Max reluctantly settles into what ultimately becomes an intoxicating new chapter in his life, as he comes to realize that life is meant to be savored.
The Quiet American (2002) as Composer
American aid worker Alden Pyle arrives in Saigon in the fall of 1952, at the height of the Vietnamese fight for independence from French colonial rule. Filled with zeal for his mission to help the people of Vietnam through his economic aid program and eager to learn the lay of the land from a more e
Les Miserables (1995) as Music Composer ("Qu'Est-Ce Qu'On Attend Pour Etre Heureux")
Loosely based on Victor Hugo''s classic 1862 novel. Henri Fortin is a rough-hewn but good-hearted man whose trials and tribulations echo the story of Hugo''s hero, Jean Valjean. Though born in the humblest of circumstances, Fortin encounters a diverse array of people in his life and is alternately perceived as a savior and a villain as the fortunes of the world are rocked by the events leading up to, including and immediately following the Second World War.
Aujourd'hui Peut-etre... (1991) as Music
An elderly woman awaits the dinnertime arrival of her youngest son whom she hasn't seen in 15 years.
Stress (1984) as Music
Un Si Joli Village... (1979) as Music
La Part du feu (1978) as Music
Maestro, Le (1977) as Music
Bulle, La (1975) as Music
Main a Couper..., La (1973) as Music
Les bonnes femmes (1966) as Music
Four female factory works seek romantic happiness while dodging their lecherous boss.
Alphaville (1965) as Music
A private eye is sent to rescue a scientist from a future world ruled by computers.
Doulos--The Finger Man (1964) as Music
Burglar Maurice Faugel has just finished his sentence. He murders Gilbert Vanovre, a receiver, and steals the loot of a break-in. He is also preparing a house-breaking, and his friend Silien brings him the needed equipment. But Silien is a police informer ... A movie whose "all characters are two-faced, all characters are false", according to director Jean-Pierre Melville.
A Bomb for a Dictator (1963) as Music
A hit-man is given the assignment to blow up a plane carrying a South American dictator, but when the intended target decides to switch his travel plans onto a commercial flight - full of innocent people - the hit-man's assistant gets cold feet and the plan is jeopardized.
Gina (1961) as Music
Chark, an adventurer comes to small village in the near of a gold digger's camp. He is arrested by the local police, who accuse him of having comitted a bank robbery in a neighoured town. The police also confiscate the gold mine for the state, due to this the gold diggers start an revolution, but it is beaten. Chark, Father Lizzardi, Castin and his daugher and Djin, a whore to whom castin is in love are fleeing into the jungle. where they start to fight for their lifes.
Love and the Frenchwoman (1961) as Mus for "Adolescence"
The seven stages in the life of a modern Frenchwomen are disclosed by seven directors in a comedic way.
Modigliani of Montparnasse (1961) as Mus (see note)
Biographic movie about the last year of the famous Italian painter Modigliani. Modigliani, a poor painter in Paris of 1919, falls in love with a daughter from a wealthy family. Her parents are against their relation and stop financial help.
Leda (1961) as Music
Leda, the flirt of Monsieur Marcoux is murdered. His wife and the police think, that the murderer was the milk-man, the friend of the maid, but Marcoux' daughter's fiance Lazo, who is aware of the corrupt situation in that family doesn't agree with them.
(1959) as Music
The relationship between two cousins with different personalities is challenged when one falls in love with the other''''s friend.
Inspector Maigret (1958) as Song ("Ca Ne Sert A Rien")
A detective is on the trail of serial killer, who attacks women at night.
Montparnasse 19 (1958) as Music
Story of the life of Italian painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani, who died in 1920 at the age of 36.
Sans Famille (1958) as Music
Inspector Maigret (1958) as Music
A detective is on the trail of serial killer, who attacks women at night.
Senechal the Magnificent (1957) as Music
Virtuous Bigamist, The (1957) as Music
The Provence, somewhere in the 1950's. Paul Verdier (Fernandel), travelling salesman, leaves his home and his quarrelsome wife for his weekly round. On the train he meets a young woman, Marie (Giulia Rubini), who looks a little lost. No wonder. Marie is pregnant but lacks the customary husband. She's returning to her village but is not exactly looking forward to the confrontation with her parents and the villagers, all pretty conservative people. After getting to know Paul a little better (for which there is ample time during the trip by train and bus) Marie decides to ask Paul to act as her husband, just to allay the suspicions of her family. After some hesitating Paul accepts, charmed by the girl and unaware of the complications such is bound to cause to his own life.
And God Created Woman (1956) as Music
A young woman loves one brother but marries the other.
Oasis (1956) as Music
Death In This Garden (1956) as Music
On the lam from military tyrants, a group of men move through a seething jungle with only two ultimately escaping.
Port Afrique (1956) as Composer
Returning to his home in French Morocco, an ex-army flier finds his wife dead and suspects murder.
Thunderstorm (1956) as Music Composition
Mr. Arkadin (1955) as Music
A private eye investigates a millionaire's mysterious past before a murderer can get to the witnesses.
Ali-Baba (1954)
Comedic retelling of the famous tale with Fernandel in the lead role as the slave who falls in love with his master's bride-to-be.
Reine Margot, La (1954) as Music
In August of 1572, Paris celebrated the marriage of Marguerite de Valois, sister of King Charles IX and daughter of Catherine de Medicis, to Henri de Bourbon, the young king from Navarre. But court intrigues would soon undermine this political reconcilliation of Catholics and Protestants; Catherine
We Go to Monte Carlo (1953)
A measles epidemic throws together a temperamental film star''s son and ex-husband.
Proud Ones, The (1953) as Music
The first to die in an epidemic of meningitis in Vera Cruz is a French tourist. His wife Nellie, detached and indifferent, feels little grief and realizes that her coldness is her own doom. Over the next two days, she is attracted to George, a local drunk who does odd jobs for brothels and dances grotesquely for tourists in exchange for drinks. George has his own dark secret, a tragedy he caused that leaves him with a death wish. In assisting the local doctor to cope with the epidemic, these two emotional cripples enable each other to rediscover reasons to live and to love.
Minute de Verite, La (1952) as Music
On the night of their tenth anniversary, Doctor Rene Richard (Jean Gabin) accidently discovers that his wife, actress Madeleine Richard (Michele Morgan), has been having an affair with a disturbed artist, Daniel Prevost (Walter Chiari)who has just attemped suicide. He confronts her and she spends the night trying to explain the reasons for her infedelity...he took their marriage for granted, he spent too much time at work, he appeared to be attracted to his pretty assistant and yada, yada, two languages and some badly-dubbed English. Will he buy this? Will they stay together?
Manon (1949) as Music
An adaptation of Abbe Prevost's classic French novel 'Manon Lescaut', updated to post-World War II France, in which a former French Resistance activist rescues Manon from villagers who want to lynch her for collaborating with the Nazis. They move to Paris, but their relationship quickly turns stormy after they get involved in profiteering, prostitution and murder...
Heartbeat (1946) as Music
A young female escapee from a reform school joins a pickpocket academy in Paris. She is caught red-handed on her first attempt at stealing by an upper class man. He recruits her to do him a favor at a society party where she meets and falls in love with a young, handsome, rich diplomat. Whether or not she can land him is another story.
Heartbeat (1946) as Composer
A young female escapee from a reform school joins a pickpocket academy in Paris. She is caught red-handed on her first attempt at stealing by an upper class man. He recruits her to do him a favor at a society party where she meets and falls in love with a young, handsome, rich diplomat. Whether or not she can land him is another story.

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