Robert Merle

Author - France
Born August 20, 1908 in Tebessa, Algerien
Died March 27, 2004 in Yvelines, Île-de-France

Robert Merle was born on August 20, 1908 in Tebessa, Algerien. He was a French Author, known for Week-end à Zuydcoote (1964), The Day of the Dolphin (1973), Malevil (1980), Robert Merle's first movie on record is from 1964. Robert Merle died on March 27, 2004 in Yvelines, Île-de-France. His last motion picture on file dates from 1996.

Robert Merle Filmography [Auszug]
1996: [] Le Propre de l'homme (Story), Directed by Marc Rivière, with Emmanuelle Laborit, Jean Dalric, Jean-François Balmer,
1987: [] L' Île (Story), Directed by François Leterrier, with Bruno Cremer, , Martin Lamotte,
1980: [/ /1] Malevil (Story), Directed by Christian de Chalonge, with Robert Dhéry, Jacques Dutronc, Michel Serrault,
1977: [/ /1] Aus einem deutschen Leben (Story: "Der Tod ist mein Beruf"), Directed by Theodor Kotulla, with Wilfried Elste, Sigurd Fitzek, Péter Franke,
1973: [/ /1] The Day of the Dolphin (Story), Directed by Mike Nichols, with George C. Scott, Paul Sorvino, ,
1964: [12.18] Week-end à Zuydcoote (Based on : Novel), Directed by Henri Verneuil, with Jean-Paul Belmondo, Georges Géret, Jean-Pierre Marielle,

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