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US News Philippe Clair, cult director of school comedies, died

18:50  29 november  2020
18:50  29 november  2020 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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Philippe Clair (14 September 1930 - 28 November 2020) was a French actor, director , producer, screenwriter, and popular humorist.

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Revealer of the Charlots troupe in the cinema and major contributor to Aldo Maccione's career, he will remain as a pillar of the Franchouillard comedy of the 1970s and 1980s.

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Director of cult comic nanars from the 1970s-1980s, such as La grande Java (1970) which revealed the Chalots in the cinema, or Plus beau que moi tu meurs with Aldo Maccione (1982), a great box office success office, Philippe Clair died on Saturday at the age of 90, his lawyer said in a statement.

"comic couscous merguez "

"We inform you of the disappearance yesterday (Saturday 28 November) of Philippe Clair, producer, author, director and actor of many popular comedy films of the 80s", announced Sunday Me Gerald Bigle, at the request of the family of the deceased.

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In 1970, Philippe Clair became the leading director of popular comedy . His humor usually had a French Algerian flavor. Most of his films were commercial successes Philippe Clair was not always treated kindly by the critics. Critic John Tulard in the "Dictionary of French directors " said, "His work

The Führer in madness with Alice Sapritch, The great java with the Charlots and Francis Blanche, Rodriguez in the land of merguez, More beautiful than me you die, If you go to Rio ... you die with the Italian roller-driver Aldo Maccione or where did you get in? We haven't seen you go out, with the American star Jerry Lewis ... So many films by Philippe Clair, which marked the years 1970-80 with his made in France nanars.

"If he was not the most prolific of the French directors of comic nanars, his name remains, as much as those of Max Pécas or Richard Balducci, a symbol of the great era of laughter", affirms the specialized site Nanarland , who describes him as "king of the comic couscous merguez".

His only dramatic film flops

Actor first, born Prosper Bensoussan in 1930 in Morocco, Philippe Clair trained in Paris, during René Simon, who found his pseudonym. He went on to direct in 1964 with Déclics et des claques, a comedy starring Annie Girardot.

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After a break, he returned to directing in 1970 with La grande java, where he introduced the troupe of Charlots, at the height of their glory, before meeting Aldo Maccione with whom he would collaborate on numerous occasions. The duo reached new heights - absurdly and at the box office - with More beautiful than me, you die, 3 million admissions in 1982 and favorite film of a certain Zinédine Zidane.

After The Extraordinary Adventure of an Unusual Papa (1989), his 16th film and the only one with a dramatic tone, Philippe Clair stops directing. The film was "a flop" which broke him in the cinema world, he confided years later. In 2018, he published a book of interviews, in which he looked back on his career and the contempt of part of the criticism against him. A fan-started petition circulated online in 2019 to have his films released on DVD.

Philippe Clair is the father of actor Esteban, also known on the stage as David Boring, in the group Naive New Beaters.

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