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Henri Attal, Dominique Zardi and Stéphane Audran, Les Biches

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Claude Chabrol: 1968-1979 Filmography

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Les Biches (1968—100 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Paul Gégauff and Mr. Chabrol. Produced by André Génovès. With Stéphane Audran, Jacqueline Sassard, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Dominique Zardi, Nane Germon, Henri Frances, Henri Attal. Alternate titles: The Girlfriends, Bad Girls, The Does. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

La Femme infidèle (1969—98 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Produced by André Génovès. With Stéphane Audran, Michel Bouquet, Maurice Ronet, Henri Attal. In one scene, Bouquet drives past a theatre showing Les Biches. Alternate title: The Unfaithful Wife. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Que la bête meure (1969—110 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Paul Gégauff and Mr. Chabrol. Based on the novel, The Beast Must Die, by Nicholas Blake. Produced by André Génovès. With Michel Duchaussoy, Caroline Cellier, Jean Yanne, Anouk Ferjac. Alternate titles: This Man Must Die, The Beast Must Die. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

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Jean Yanne and Stéphane Audran, Le Boucher

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Le Boucher (1969—93 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Produced by André Génovès. With Stéphane Audran, Jean Yanne, Anthony Pass, Pascal Ferone. Alternate title: The Butcher. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

La Rupture (1970—124 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Based on the novel, The Balloon Man, by Charlotte Armstrong. Produced by André Génovès. With Stéphane Audran, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Michel Bouquet, Annie Cordy, Jean-Claude Drouot, Serge Bento, Dominique Zardi (as the balloon man). IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Juste avant la nuit (1971—100 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Based on the novel by Edouard Atiyah. Produced by André Génovès. With Stéphane Audran, Michel Bouquet, Henri Attal. Alternate title: Just Before Nightfall. IMDb listing.

La Décade prodigieuse (1972—101 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Eugène Archer and Paul Gardner, from Paul Gégauff’s adaptation of Ellery Queen’s novel. With Orson Welles, Anthony Perkins, Marlène Jobert, Michel Piccoli. Alternate title: Ten Days’ Wonder. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Docteur Popaul (1972—100 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Paul Gégauff, based on the novel, Meutre A Loisir, by Hubert Monteilhet. Produced by André Génovès, Georges Casati. With Jean-Paul Belmondo, Mia Farrow, Laura Antonelli, Daniel Lecourtois, Marlène Appelt. IMDb listing.

Les Noces rouges (1973—95 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Produced by André Génovès. With Michel Piccoli, Stéphane Audran, Clotilde Joano, Claude Pieplu, Eliana DeSantis. In Chabrol’s La Cérémonie (1995), Jacqueline Bisset and Valentin Merlet watch Les Noces rouges on television. Alternate titles: Wedding in Blood, Blood Wedding. IMDb listing.

Nada (1974—107 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Antionetta Malzieri and Mr. Chabrol, from the novel by Jean-Patrick Manchette. Produced by André Génovès. With Fabio Testi, Lou Castel, Mariangela Melato, Michel Aumont, Michel Duchaussoy. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Histoires Insolites (1974) Claude Chabrol was one of eight directors involved with this French television series. Each episode is 52 minutes. Mr. Chabrol’s episodes include Le Banc de la désolation; De Grey; Monsieur Bébé; Nul n'est parfait; Une invitation à la chasse; and Les Gens de l'été. IMDb listing.

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Paul and Danièle Gégauff, Une Partie de plaisir

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Une Partie de plaisir (1974—97 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Paul Gégauff. With Danièle Gégauff, Clemence Gégauff, Paul Gégauff, Paula Moore. Alternate titles: Pleasure Party, A Piece of Pleasure. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Les Innocents aux mains sales (1975—121 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Based on the novel, The Damned Innocents, by Richard Neely. Produced by André Génovès. With Romy Schneider, Rod Steiger, Henri Attal, Serge Bento, Jean Rochefort. Alternate title: Innocents with Dirty Hands. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Folies Bourgeoises (1975—107 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Ennio De Concini and Norman Enfeld, from the novel, Le Malheur Fou, by Lucie Faure. Produced by Arthur Brauner, Alexander Salkind, Ilya Salkind, and Pierre Spengler. With Bruce Dern, Stéphane Audran, Ann-Margret, Sydne Rome, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Curt Jurgens, Maria Schell, Charles Aznavour. Alternate title: The Twist. IMDb listing.

Nouvelles de Henry James (1976) A mini-series produced by Claude Chabrol for French television, six episodes running 52 minutes each. Mr. Chabrol directed two episodes: Le Banc de la désolation/The Bench of Desolation (starring Michel Piccoli and Michel Duchaussoy) and De Grey. IMDb listing.

Les Magiciens (1976—98 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Paul Gégauff and Mr. Chabrol. Produced by Tarak Ben Ammar, Jean Boujnah, and Tablouti Temini. With Franco Nero, Stefania Sandrelli, Jean Rochefort, Gert Fröbe. Alternate title: Death Rite. IMDb listing.

Alice ou la dernière fugue (1976—93 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Produced by Pierre Gauchet, Patrick Hildebrand, and Eugène Lépicier. With Sylvia Kristel, Charles Vanel, André Dussollier, Fernand Ledoux, Thomas Chabrol. Alternate title: Alice, or the Last Escapade. IMDb listing.

Madame le juge (1977) French television series. Claude Chabrol directed and co-authored (with Odile Barski) the 90 minute episode, 2+2=4. With Simone Signoret, Benoît Ferreux, Jean-Claude Dauphin. IMDb listing.

Les Liens de sang (1978—100 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Sydney Banks and Mr. Chabrol, from the novel by Evan Hunter (writing as Ed McBain). Produced by Denus Héroux and Eugène Lépicier. With Donald Sutherland, Aude Landry, Lisa Langlois, Laurent Malet, Stéphane Audran, Donald Pleasence, David Hemmings. Alternate titles: Blood Relatives, The Blood of Others. IMDb listing.

Il Était un musicien (1978) A series of half-hour biographies of composers made for French television. Claude Chabrol directed three: Monsieur Saint-Saëns, Monsieur Prokofiev, and Monsieur Liszt. IMDb listing.

Violette Nozière (1978—122 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Odile Barski, Hervé Bromberger, Jean-Marie Fritere, and Frédéric Grendel. Produced by Roger Morand. With Isabelle Huppert, Stéphane Audran, Jean Carmet, Bernadette Lafont, Lisa Langlois, Jean-François Garreaud. IMDb listing.

Fantômas (1979) A four-part mini-series for French television. Two episodes were directed by Claude Chabrol, two by Juan Luis Buñuel. With Helmut Berger, Jazques Dufilho, Pierre Mallet, Gayle Hunnicutt, Pierre Douglas. IMDb listing.

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