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Also Known As: Died: July 29, 1990
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Birth Place: France Profession: novelist, screenwriter, journalist

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Prize-winning novelist who came to prominence with "The Corrida of Victory" (1959). While holding a government post from 1960 to 1980, Conchon continued his writing and in the 1970s ventured into films. Aside from co-writing (with director Jean-Jacques Annaud) the Oscar-wining "Black and White in Color" (1976), he also scripted multiple films for Jacques Rouffio and Francis Girod, including Girod's "The Savage State" (1978), from Conchon's 1964 novel of the same name.

Prize-winning novelist who came to prominence with "The Corrida of Victory" (1959). While holding a government post from 1960 to 1980, Conchon continued his writing and in the 1970s ventured into films. Aside from co-writing (with director Jean-Jacques Annaud) the Oscar-wining "Black and White in Color" (1976), he also scripted multiple films for Jacques Rouffio and Francis Girod, including Girod's "The Savage State" (1978), from Conchon's 1964 novel of the same name.

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1953:
Published first novel
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Senate secreatatry of debates

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