Jean-Pierre Melville

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Age: 96
Birthplace: Paris, France

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Jean-Pierre Melville, born Jean-Pierre Grumbach (October 20, 1917 – August 2, 1973), was a French filmmaker. While with the French Resistance during World War II, he adopted the pseudonym Melville as a tribute to his favorite American author, Herman Melville. He kept it as his stage name once the war was over.

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Movie Character Year
Ngx61oyndm6fuzflhu1iqjdrsjy Breathless Parvulesco 1960
Dusaxpglxw0vumpfi8igvddwy5t Bluebeard Georges Mandel 1963
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