Crime Death of Guy Bedos: this act of Jean Rochefort which is not at all past
The artist and academician Jean-Loup Dabadie died at 81
© ERIC FEFERBERG / AFP The artist and academician had notably collaborated with Michel Polnareff and Julien Clerc, but also exercised his talents in literature and cinema. The artist and academician Jean-Loup Dabadie, who has exercised his many talents in various fields including literature, journalism, cinema and song, died Sunday in Paris at 81, announced to AFP his agent Bertrand de Labbey.
In 1976, Guy Bedos and Jean Rochefort found themselves on the film An elephant that deceives enormously. A filming which did not go particularly well, particularly because of a certain male rivalry.
In his long career as an actor and comedian, Guy Bedos has given the reply to illustrious names in French cinema. In 1976,shared the poster for the comedy An elephant that greatly misleads with Claude Brasseur, as well as the late Victor Lanoux and Jean Rochefort. And with the latter, it didn't go very well. In a Vanity Fair article published in the summer of 2016, Jean-Rochefort had hinted that the atmosphere was not really there between him and the humorist who died on May 28, 2020 .
Death of Jean-Loup Dabadie, artist touch asset
© - Jean-Loup Dabadie, February 9, 1987 during the International Television Festival in Monte-Carlo. The dialogist, scriptwriter, writer and finally academician was the lyricist of several songs passed to posterity, from Michel Polnareff to Julien Clerc. He died at the age of 81. A few days after Piccoli , a Sunday when the first week of Roland-Garros should have ended, in this convalescent but sunny France, the death of Jean-Loup Dabadie has something of the very definition of melancholy.
"He made her feel that she would have been much more worthy of him"
“ Oh yes, we had a lot of admiration and esteem for each other. A little less for Bedos… But he turned out to be masterful ”, however, wanted to emphasize. The reason for this disagreement? A woman. As Guy Bedos then explained, he was already married to Joëlle Bercot (the mother of Nicolas and Victoria) when the film was shot. At the time, he had invited Jean-Rochefort to his home, who had not hesitated to charm his wife. " He made her feel that she would have been much more worthy of him ", remembered the actor.
years. For Vanity Fair, Guy Bedos had also evoked the scene of An elephant that greatly misleads where Marthe Villalonga (Mouchy Messina in the film) appeared on the tennis court with his very pronounced black foot accent. "Rochefort came out saying," Oh, me, this guy is the third world. " He had a sort of stately height to talk about that ”, criticized the father of Philippe Bedos.
Guy Bedos: funeral at the church for the one who worshiped them "empty" .
© Sipa It is at the church that the funeral of Guy Bedos will take place on Thursday, disappeared on May 28 at the age of 85 years. The humorist however liked to define himself as a "moderate anticlerical". "I am moderate anticlerical, I love empty churches", liked to define Guy Bedos. And as the church is not resentful, it will fully welcome the humorist, who disappeared on May 28, during the funeral mass which will be celebrated Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in Saint-Germain-des-Prés in his honor.