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Michel Serrault, Les Fantômes du chapelier

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Claude Chabrol: 1980-1991 Filmography

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Le Cheval d’orgueil (1980—120 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Daniel Boulanger and Mr. Chabrol, from the novel by Pierre-Jakez Helias. Produced by Georges de Beauregard. With Jacques Dufilho, Bernadette Le Saché, François Cluzet, Paul Le Person, Pierre Le Rumeur. Alternate title: The Horse of Pride. IMDb listing.

Les Affinités électives (1981—116 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Roger Grenier, from the novel by Johann Wolfgang Goethe. With Helmut Griem, Stéphane Audran, Michael Degen, Pascale Reynaud. Made for television. IMDb listing.

Le Système du docteur Goudron et du professeur Plume (1981—55 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Paul Gégauff, based on “The System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Feather” by Edgar Allan Poe. With Jean-François Garreaud, Coco Ducados, Ginette Leclerc, Vincent Gauthier. Made for television. IMDb listing.

La Danse de mort (1982) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Based on the play, Dödsdansen, by August Strindberg. With Niels Arestrup, Michel Bouquet, Juliette Carré. Made for television. IMDb listing.

M. le Maudit (1982) Directed by Claude Chabrol. A reworking of the story of Peter Kürten, a/k/a “The Vampire of Düsseldorf,” the inspiration for Fritz Lang’s M. Made for television. IMDb listing.

Les Fantômes du chapelier (1982—120 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Based on the novel by Georges Simeon. With Michel Serrault, Charles Aznavour, Monique Chaumette, François Cluzet, Isabelle Sadoyan. Alternate title: The Hatter’s Ghost. IMDb listing.

Le Sang des autres (1984—131 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Brian Moore, from the novel by Simone de Beauvoir. Produced by Denis Héroux and John Kemeny. With Jodie Foster, Michael Ontkean, Sam Neill, Lambert Wilson, Stéphane Audran, John Vernon, Jean-Pierre Aumont. Alternate title: The Blood of Others. IMDb listing.

Poulet au vinaigre (1985—110 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Dominique Roulet, from her novel, Une Mort en Trop. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Jean Poiret, Stéphane Audran, Michel Bouquet, Jean Topart, Pauline Lafont. Alternate title: Cop au vin. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Inspecteur Lavardin (1986—100 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Dominique Roulet. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Jean Poiret, Jean-Claude Brialy, Bernadette Lafont, Jean-Luc Bideau, Jacques Dacqmine. Alternate title: L’Inspecteur Lavardin ou la justice. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

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Christophe Malavoy and Mathilda May, Le Cri de hibou

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Le Cri de hibou (1987—102 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Odile Barski and Mr. Chabrol, from the novel by Patricia Highsmith. Produced by Anthony Pass. With Christophe Malavoy, Mathilda May, Jean-Pierre Kalfon, Jacques Penot, Virginie Thévenet. Alternate title: Cry of the Owl. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Masques (1987—100 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Odile Barski. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Philippe Noiret, Robin Renucci, Bernadette Lafont, Monique Chaumette, Roger Dumas. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Les Dossiers secrets de l'inspecteur Lavardin (1988) Claude Chabrol wrote and directed two episodes of this mini-series for French television: L'Escargot Noir and Maux Croisés, each running approximately 90-minutes. With Jean Poiret. IMDb listing.

Une affaire de femmes (1988—108 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Colo Tavernier and Mr. Chabrol, from the novel by Francis Szpiner. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Isabelle Huppert, François Cluzet, Nils Tavernier, Marie Trintignant, Dominique Blanc, Lolita Chammah. Alternate title: The Story of Women. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Docteur M. (1990—112 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Wolfgang Hundhammer and Sollace Mitchell, from the novel, Dr. Mabuse der Spieler, by Norbert Jacques. Produced by Ingrid Windisch. With Alan Bates, Jennifer Beals, Jan Niklas, Hanns Zischler, Benoît Régent, Wolfgang Preiss, Andrew McCarthy. Alternate title: Club Extinction. IMDb listing.

Jours tranquilles à Clichy (1990—109 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Ugo Leonzio. Based on the novel by Henry Miller. Produced by Pietro Innocenzi. With Andrew McCarthy, Nigel Havers, Barbara De Rossi, Stéphanie Cotta, Isolde Barth, Stéphane Audran, Henri Attal. Alternate title: Quiet Days in Clichy. IMDb listing.

Madame Bovary (1991—140 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Based on the novel by Gustave Flaubert. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Isabelle Huppert, Jean-François Balmer, Christophe Malavoy, Jean Yanne, Lucas Belvaux, Henri Attal. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

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