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Born: June 15, 1920 Cause of Death: lung cancer
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: screenwriter, actor, journalist

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Scripted, adapted, or wrote dialogue for several important post-WWII French films, including "Dedee d'Anvers" (1949) and "The Cheat" (1950), both of which helped make a star out of Simone Signoret. "Riptide" (1949), directed by Yves Allegret, is considered his finest work.

Scripted, adapted, or wrote dialogue for several important post-WWII French films, including "Dedee d'Anvers" (1949) and "The Cheat" (1950), both of which helped make a star out of Simone Signoret. "Riptide" (1949), directed by Yves Allegret, is considered his finest work.

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He was named knighted in the Order of Arts and Letters by Andre Malraux.

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