Henri Decaë

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Director of Photography - France
Born July 31, 1915 in Saint-Denis, Frankreich
Died March 7, 1987 in Paris

Mini-Biography:
Henri Decaë was born on July 31, 1915 in Saint-Denis, Frankreich. He was a French Director of Photography, known for Exposed (1983), Le Clan des Siciliens (1969), Les sept péchés capitaux - La paresse (1961), Henri Decaë's first movie on record is from 1950. Henri Decaë died on March 7, 1987 in Paris. His last motion picture on file dates from 1983.

Henri Decaë Filmography [Auszug]
1983: Exposed (Director of Photography), Directed by James Toback, with Bibi Andersson, James Russo, Ron Randell,
1981: Le professionnel (Director of Photography), Directed by Georges Lautner, with Michel Beaune, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Cyrielle Claire,
1978: Ils sont fous ces sorciers (Director of Photography), Directed by Georges Lautner, with Daniel Ceccaldi, Julien Guiomar, Henri Guybert,
1977: Mort d'un pourri (Death of a Corrupt Man, The Twisted Detective) (Director of Photography), Directed by Georges Lautner, with Alain Delon, Ornella Muti, Stéphane Audran,
1977: Le point de mire (The Photographer) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Claude Tramont, with Jean Bouise, Jean-Claude Brialy, Claude Dauphin,
1973: Les aventures du Rabbi Jacob (Director of Photography), Directed by Gérard Oury, with Dominique Zardi, Mike Marshall, Catherine Marshall,
1971: La folie des Grandeurs (Director of Photography), Directed by Marcel Julian, Gérard Oury, with Louis de Funès, Yves Montand, Karin Schubert,
1971: Jo (Jo, the busybody) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean Girault, with Bernard Blier, Louis de Funès, Michel Galabru,
1970: Le Cercle Rouge (The Red Cercle) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, with Alain Delon, Bourvil, Yves Montand,
1969: Le Clan des Siciliens (The Sicilian Clan) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henri Verneuil, with Jean Gabin, Alain Delon, Lino Ventura,
1968: Diaboliquement votre (Director of Photography), Directed by Julien Duvivier, with Albert Augier, Senta Berger, Renate Bingo,
1967: Le Samourai (Ajojahti) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, with Alain Delon, François Périer, Nathalie Delon,
1965: Viva Maria (Director of Photography), Directed by Louis Malle, with Brigitte Bardot, Paulette Dubost, George Hamilton,
1963: L' aîné des Ferchaux (Magnet of Doom, An Honorable Young Man, Schlüssel für Caracas) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, with Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Vanel, Michèle Mercier,
1963: Dragées au Poivre (Director of Photography), Directed by Jacques Baratier, with Elisabeth Wiener, Jacques Dufilho, Anne Doat,
1963: La tulipe noire (Director of Photography), Directed by Christian-Jaque, with Dawn Addams, Francis Blanche, Alain Delon,
1963: Les Félins (Director of Photography), Directed by René Clément, with Arthur Howard, Carl Studer, Jean-Pierre Honoré,
1961: Les sept péchés capitaux - La paresse (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Luc Godard, with Eddie Constantine, Nicole Mirel,
1961: Léon Morin prêtre (Leon Morin, Priest) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, with Emmanuelle Riva, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Irène Tunc,
1961: Vie privée (A very private Affair) (Director of Photography), Directed by Louis Malle, with Brigitte Bardot, G France, Eléonore Hirt,
1960: Che gioia vivere (Quelle joie de vivre) (Director of Photography), Directed by René Clément, with Alain Delon, Barbara Kwiatkowska, Gino Cervi,
1960: Les bonnes femmes (The Good Time Girls) (Director of Photography), Directed by Claude Chabrol, with Bernadette Lafont, Clotilde Joano, Stéphane Audran,
1959: A double tour (Leda, Web of Passion) (Director of Photography), Directed by Claude Chabrol, with Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jacques Dacqmine, Bernadette Lafont,
1959: Plein Soleil (Purple Noon, The Talented Mr. Ripley) (Director of Photography), Directed by René Clément, with Alain Delon, Maurice Ronet, Romy Schneider,
1959: Les 400 coups (The 400 Blows) (Director of Photography), Directed by François Truffaut, with Jean-Pierre Léaud, SEDIF S.A., Claire Maurier,
1958: Les Amants (The Lovers) (Director of Photography), Directed by Louis Malle, with Jean-Marc Bory, Alain Cuny, José-Luis de Villalonga,
1958: Le beau Serge (Director of Photography), Directed by Claude Chabrol, with Gérard Blain, Jean-Claude Brialy, Michèle Méritz,
1957: L' ascenseur pour l'échafaud (Frantic) (Director of Photography), Directed by Louis Malle, with Elga Anderson, Yorin Bertin, Charles Denner,
1955: Bob le flambeur (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, with Roger Duchèsne, Isabelle Corey, Daniel Cauchy,
1954: Navigation marchande atlantique (Director of Photography), Directed by Georges Franju,
1950: Les enfants terribles (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, with Jacques Bernard, Renée Cosima, Edouard Dhermitte,

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