Rappeneau, Jean-Paul


Rappeneau, Jean-Paul
(April 8, 1932, Auxerre, Yonne, France - )
   A movie buff since his childhood, he led a cine-club and filmed 16-mm shorts. In 1950, he settled in Paris, where he studied law before switching to cinema and becoming an assistant director (1955 Les Fruits de l'Eté / Ihre Liebesnacht / USA: Fruits of Summer, Raymond Bernard, France / West Germany; 1957 Les Suspects, Jean Dréville; Six Mois plus tard, short, also production manager, René Lucot; Les Alchimistes, short, also production manager, Edouard Molinaro; Appelez le 17, short, also production manager, Ed­ouard Molinaro; 1958 Chemins de Lumière, short, also production manager, René Lucot) and then screenwriter and dialogist (1959 Signé Arsène Lupin / Il ritorno di Arsenio Lupin / US TV: SignedArsene Lupin, as screenwriter, co-dialogist, Yves Robert, France / Italy; 1960 La Française et l'Amour / La Francese e l'amore / USA: Love and the Frenchwoman, as co-screenwriter, co-dialogist, segment "Le Mariage", René Clair, France / Italy; Zazie dans le Métro / Zazie nel metrô / UK: Zazie in the Subway / Zazie in the Underground / USA: Zazie dans le Metro, as co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-di-alogist, Louis Malle, France / Italy; Entre le Ciel et la TerreL short, Carlos Vilardebô; 1961 Saint-Tropez BluesL Marcel Moussy, France / Italy; 1962 Vie privée / Vita pri-vata / UK and USA: A Very Private Affair, as co-screenwriter, dialogist, Louis Malle, France / Italy; Le Combat dans l'Ile / USA: Fire and Ice, as dialogist, Alain Cavalier; 1964 L'Homme de Rio / L'uomo di Rio / UK: That Man in Rio, as co-screenwriter, co-adapter, Philippe de Broca, France / Italy; 1965 La Fabuleuse Aventure de Marco Polo / Lo scacchiere di Dio / Le meravigliose avventure di Marco Polo / Marko Polo / UK and USA: Marco the Magnificent, as co-screenwriter, co-dialogist, Denys de La Patellière, Noel Howard, France / Italy / Yugosla­via / Afghanistan, shot in 1963; 1973 Le Magnifique / Come si distrugge la reputazione del più grande agente segreto del mondo / UK: How to Destroy the Reputation of the Greatest Secret Agent / USA: The Magnificent One, Philippe de Broca, France / Italy; 1978 Tendre Poulet / UK: Dear Detective / USA: Dear Inspector, as uncredited co-screenwriter, Philippe de Broca; 1979 Le Cavaleur / USA: Practice Makes Perfect / The Skirt Chaser, as uncredited co-screenwriter, Philippe de Br-oca; 1980 On a volé la Cuisse de Jupiter / UK and USA: Jupiter's Thigh, as uncredited screenwriter, Philippe de Broca). He also worked in TV (1965 Les Survivants, 13 X 13', as dialogist, Dominique Genee) and appeared in a documentary (2003 Claude Sautet ou La Magie de l'Invisible / Claude Sautet oder Die unsichtbare Magie, as himself, N. T. Binh, France / Germany).
 Filmography
1958 ◘ Chronique provinciale (short; also co-screenwriter)
1966 ◘ La Vie de Château / UK: Gracious Living / USA: A Matter of Resistance (also co-screenwriter)
1971 ◘ Les Mariés de l'An II / Gli sposi dell'anno secondo / Mirii anului II / UK: The Scoundrel / USA: The Scarlet Buccaneer / The Swashbuckler (also screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist; France / Italy / Romania)
1975 ◘ Le Sauvage / Il mio uomo è un selvaggio / UK: Call Me Savage / USA: The Savage (as co-screenwriter, co-dialogist; France / Italy)
1982 ◘ Tout Feu, tout Flamme / UK and USA: All Fired Up (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)
1990 ◘ Cyrano de Bergerac (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)
1995 ◘ Le Hussard sur le Toit / USA: The Horseman on the Roof (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)
2003 ◘ Bon Voyage (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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