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Robert Dorfmann

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Also Known As: Died: August 11, 1999
Born: Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: France Profession: Producer ... producer
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Audiences know Robert Dorfmann as the talented producer behind many of their favorite films. Starting his entertainment career producing for the silver screen, his early credits included the dramatic adaptation "Forbidden Games" (1952) with Brigitte Fossey, the Jean Gabin crime drama "Grisbi" (1954) and "Le Corniaud" (1965). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Mayerling" (1968) with Omar Sharif and the drama "Woman in Chains" (1968) with Laurent Terzieff. Dorfmann continued to focus on film through the sixties and the seventies, producing movies like "The Christmas Tree" (1969) with William Holden, the Yves Montand drama "The Confession" (1970) and "The Red Circle" (1970) with Yves Montand. He also appeared in "Tristana" (1970). Dorfmann then focused on film, producing "De la Part des Copains" (1971), the action flick "Soleil Rouge" (1971) with Charles Bronson and "Papillon" (1973). Dorfmann was most recently credited in the Lino Ventura dramatic adaptation "Army of Shadows" (2006). Dorfmann passed away in August 1999 at the age of 87.

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