Philippe de Broca

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Director(1933–2004)
Philippe de Broca was a French filmmaker, best known for his light-hearted comedies. He was awarded the Legion of Honor for his contributions to French culture.

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Born in 1933 in Paris, France, Philippe de Broca's films are generally light-hearted comedies or exotic adventures. De Broca's leading man of choice in a number of films was Jean-Paul Belmondo. Le Bossu (1997), starring Daniel Auteuil, is a classic example of his swashbuckling adventure stories set against a historical background. De Broca was awarded the Legion of Honor for his contributions to French culture. He died on November 26, 2004, in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France.

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