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Also Known As: Jacques Deray-Desrayaud Died: August 9, 2003
Born: February 19, 1929 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: France Profession: director, screenwriter, actor, assistant director

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Competent, entertaining director whose earlier films, particularly "Rififi a Tokyo" (1962) and "Symphonie pour un massacre" (1963), showed occasional flourishes of brilliance. Between 1968 and 1980, Deray directed seven features for producer-star Alain Delon, most notably "Borsalino" (1970).

Competent, entertaining director whose earlier films, particularly "Rififi a Tokyo" (1962) and "Symphonie pour un massacre" (1963), showed occasional flourishes of brilliance. Between 1968 and 1980, Deray directed seven features for producer-star Alain Delon, most notably "Borsalino" (1970).

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  Un Crime (1993) Director
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  Les Bois noirs (1989) Director
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  Solitaire, Le (1987) Director
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  On Ne Meurt Que 2 Fois (1985) Director
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Moved to Paris aged 12
1952:
First film as assistant director, "Le trou normand"
1959:
Film directing and screenwriting debut, "Le gigolo"
1969:
First collaboration with Alain Delon, "La piscine"
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