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Claude Bolling built up his entertainment career by putting his musical skills to use in the world of Hollywood. Bolling began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like "Borsalino" (1970), the Kirk Douglas comedy "Catch Me a Spy" (1971) and the crime feature "Le Solitaire" (1973) with Hardy Kruger. His music also appeared in the comedy "Dis-Moi que tu m'aimes" (1974) with Mireille Darc, "Le Magnifique" (1974) with Jean-Paul Belmondo and the Fernando Rey thriller "Dites-Le avec des fleurs" (1974). In the seventies, Bolling's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "Les Passagers" (1977) with Jean-Louis Trintignant, "Le Mille-pattes fait des claquettes" (1977) and "Un Papillon sur l'Epaule" (1978). His work was also in the animated film "La Ballade des Daltons" (1978) with Daniel Ceccaldi. Bolling's music was also featured in "Bay Boy" (1984), the thriller "On Ne Meurt Que 2 Fois" (1985) with Michel Serrault and "La Gitane" (1985) with Claude Brasseur. His music was also featured in the thriller "La Rumba" (1987) with Corinne Touzet and "Sauf votre respect" (1989). Bolling's music was most recently featured in the Richard Dreyfuss dramedy "Cas & Dylan" (2015).
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