Daniel Boulanger


Screenwriter

About

Birth Place
France
Born
January 24, 1922

Biography

Mainstay of the New Wave who has played supporting roles in films by Jean-Luc Godard (as the hot-tempered police inspector in "Breathless"), Claude Chabrol and Francois Truffaut. Boulanger has written novels, short stories and plays as well as screenplays, mostly for Philippe de Broca....

Biography

Mainstay of the New Wave who has played supporting roles in films by Jean-Luc Godard (as the hot-tempered police inspector in "Breathless"), Claude Chabrol and Francois Truffaut. Boulanger has written novels, short stories and plays as well as screenplays, mostly for Philippe de Broca.

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

La Zizanie (1978)
Directeur Credit Agricole
And Now My Love (1974)
Bed & Board (1970)
Tenor
The Bride Wore Black (1968)
Holmes
King of Hearts (1967)
Col. Helmut von Krack
The Third Lover (1963)
Breathless (1961)
Inspector
Shoot the Piano Player (1960)
Ernest

Writer (Feature Film)

La Revolution Francaise (1990)
Screenplay
La Revolution Francaise (1990)
Writer (Dialogue)
Marat (1989)
Screenwriter
Chouans! (1988)
Screenplay
Ils sont grands ces petits (1979)
Screenwriter
Le Cheval d'Orgueil (1979)
Screenplay
Ils sont grands ces petits (1979)
Dialogue
La Menace (1977)
Writer (Dialogue)
La Menace (1977)
Screenplay
Une Femme Fidele (1976)
Dialogue
Une Femme Fidele (1976)
Screenwriter
Police Python.357 (1975)
Screenwriter
Pas Folle la Guepe (1972)
Screenwriter
L' Affaire Dominici (1972)
Screenwriter
Les Petroleuses (1971)
Screenwriter
La Maison Sous les Arbres (1971)
Screenplay
Give Her the Moon (1970)
Screenwriter
Who's Got the Black Box? (1970)
Dial
Who's Got the Black Box? (1970)
Screenwriter
Give Her the Moon (1970)
Dial
The Devil by the Tail (1969)
Screenwriter
Spirits of the Dead (1969)
Dial for "William Wilson"
The Devil by the Tail (1969)
Dial
Shock Troops (1968)
Dial
The Oldest Profession (1968)
Scenario for "Mademoiselle Mimi"
Tender Scoundrel (1967)
Screenwriter
King of Hearts (1967)
Screenwriter
La vie de ch√Ęteau (1967)
Dial
The Thief of Paris (1967)
Dial
Up to His Ears (1966)
Screenwriter
Up to His Ears (1966)
Scenario
Banana Peel (1965)
Screenwriter
Backfire (1965)
Adaptation
Backfire (1965)
Dial
Marie-Chantal Contre le Docteur Kha (1965)
Dialogue
Marie-Chantal Contre le Docteur Kha (1965)
Screenplay
Cartouche (1964)
Screenwriter
Cartouche (1964)
Dial
That Man From Rio (1964)
Dial
That Man From Rio (1964)
Screenwriter
Seven Capital Sins (1963)
Screenplay for "Gluttony"
Playtime (1963)
Dial
Playtime (1963)
Screenwriter
The Five Day Lover (1961)
Dial
The Joker (1961)
Dial
The Joker (1961)
Screenwriter
The Five Day Lover (1961)
Adaptation
The Love Game (1960)
Screenplay

Life Events

1959

Screenwriting debut, "Les jeux de l'amour"

1959

Acting debut in "Breathless"

Videos

Movie Clip

Shoot The Piano Player (1960) - Show Him The Package Waking up in his flat with Clarisse (Michele Mercier), musician "Charlie" (Charles Aznavour) sends little brother Fido (Richard Kanayan) to school, then realizes the thugs chasing his older brother are waiting outside, in Francois Truffaut's Shoot The Piano Player, 1960.
That Man From Rio (1964) - A Week's Leave Chomping baguettes and cheese, cloaks but no daggers, director Philippe De Broca introduces his leading man Jean-Paul Belmondo, the famous Musee de l’Homme in Paris, an unknown thief and Francoise Dorleac as Agnes, opening the international hit That Man From Rio, 1964.
That Man From Rio (1964) - Stop Shaking Me! Intrepid on-leave airman Adrien (Jean-Paul Belmondo) has followed his kidnapped and drugged archeologist girl Agnes (Francoise Dorleac) from Paris to Rio, improvising to rescue her from maybe cultish thugs, in Philippe De Broca’s That Man From Rio, 1964.
That Man From Rio (1964) - Pink With Small Green Stars Discouraged because his girl Agnes (Francois Dorleac), whom he rescued from kidnappers, seems more interested in a Samba in a Rio favela with their sidekick (Ubiracy de Oliveira), Frenchman Adrien (Jean-Paul Belmondo) comes around when she realizes he’s found a clue, in That Man From Rio, 1964.
Devil By The Tail (1969) -- Turn Around And Look Innocent! Amelie (Marthe Keller) delivers a fixed Cadillac to Maricorne (Yves Montand), a gangster posing as a diplomat, who feigns reluctance to leave her family's estate-turned-inn, then runs into a dragnet, in Philippe de Broca's Devil By The Tail, 1969.
Devil By The Tail (1969) -- Just A Hair Opening of Philippe de Broca's hit comedy Devil By The Tail, 1969, impoverished nobleman Comte Georges (Jean Rochefort) examining his attic, his daughter (Marthe Keller) in the kitchen, Maria Schell and Yves Montand coming soon.
Devil By The Tail (1969) -- I Don't Like Husbands Gangster Maricorne (Yves Montand), tricked into checking in as a guest at her estate, introduces himself as a diplomat to the impoverished Marquise (Madeleine Renaud), then sets about charming her daughter (Maria Schell), in Philippe de Broca's Devil By The Tail, 1969.

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