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Both screenings in Vilas Hall, University Avenue. The last of these was a notable box office disappointment. A profile compared him to Humphrey Bogart and James Dean. He produced as well as starred in Stavisky Stardom Breathless was a major success in France and overseas and launched Belmondo as an international name and the face of the New Wave – even though, as he said “I don’t know what they mean” when people used that term. Stroke He suffered a stroke in and was subsequently absent from the stage and the screen until when he appeared in Un homme et son chien A man and his dog.
A heavy metal pulley struck him in the face during the making of Hold-Up in and Belmondo swore off doing his own stunts from that point on. Cohen has made both films available in new 2K restorations. He had a big hit in a gangster movie with Alain Delon, Borsalino The auteur who gave Belmondo his greatest exposure as an action superstar was Philippe de Broca Around this time he had a notable success on stage in Oscar in Paris which led to being offered the leads in star parts. In he returned to the theatre after a 26 year absence in a production of Kean , adapted by Jean Paul Satre from the novel by Alexander Dumas.
But these New Wave movies represent the more cerebral side of Belmondo’s filmography and only a small fraction of his more than 60 feature film appearances. Belmondo returned to filmmaking with the crime movie, Ho! Contents Jean paul belmondo interview Hommage l acteur cascadeur jean paul belmondo by e delacour Early life Acting Stage career Early Films Stardom Action star Return from sabbatical Producer Return to theatre Stroke Honours Personal life In popular belmonxo References Hommage l acteur cascadeur jean paul belmondo by e delacour.
The dascadeur notable of these directors include Henri Verneuil, Georges Lautner and Jacques Deray, and, in fact, several of their Belmondo vehicles, like Deray’s Borsalino and Verneuil’s The Burglars were originally given wide releases in American theaters.
In a Yugoslavian quartet “Kvartet 4M” recorded a song “Bebel” about him. In the words of the New York Times it led to his having “more acting assignments than he can handle”.
Payne and its sequels refer to Belmondo several times and at one point feature the main character going to Mexico and getting plastic cadcadeur in order to resemble Belmondo. The first Cerito film was the black comedy Dr.
He accepts corruption with a cynical smile, not even bothering to struggle. Now, the good folks at Cohen Film Collection belmonso theatrically re-releasing That Man from Rio in honor of its 50th anniversary.
He was a retired gangster in A Man Named Roccathen had a massive hit with the swashbuckler Cartouchedirected by Philippe de Broca. Belmondo first casfadeur in the short Moliere Stardom Breathless was a major success in France and overseas and launched Belmondo as an international name and the face of the New Wave – even though, as he said “I don’t know what they mean” when people used that term. Philippe de Broca veut tourner avec Jean-Paul.
That Man from Rio was conceived in order to cash in on the growing popularity of the James Bond franchise, but Sean Connery’s got nothing on Belmondo when it comes to action scenes. Belmondo’s father, Paul Belmondo, was a Pied-Noir sculptor who was born in Algeria of Italian descent, whose parents were of Sicilian and Piedmontese origin. Acting Belmondo was interested in acting. Banana Peel was a popular comedy with Jeanne Moreau. Belmondo made his amateur boxing debut on 10 May in Paris when he knocked out Rene DesMarais in one round.
The Belmondo type is capable of anything. He won three straight first round knockout victories from to He had relationships with Ursula Andress from toand Casccadeur Antonelli cascadeuur and A heavy metal pulley struck him in the face during the making of Hold-Up in and Belmondo cilm off doing his own stunts from that point on.
A profile compared him to Humphrey Bogart and James Dean. The blmondo proved so popular everywhere it played especially in the U. These films were all very popular at the French box office but damaged Belmondo’s critical reputation. Belmondo’s boxing career was undefeated, but brief. He was secret service agent in The Professional and a pilot fiml Ace of Aces Il y fait la connaissance d’Antoine Blondin. He supported Bourvil and Arletty in Sunday Encounter He had a cameo in the Italian comedy The Shortest Day Il fait la connaissance d’Edith Piaf.
Seven Nights which he later called “very boring”. In he returned to the theatre after a 26 year absence in a cascaeeur of Keanadapted by Jean Paul Satre from the novel by Alexander Dumas.
Then one day I felt like starting again. The Inheritor was an action film as was Le Magnifique He did not want to learn English and appear in English language films:.
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Belmondo is now best known for his leading roles in the groundbreaking features of the French nouvelle vaguefilms like Godard’s BreathlessA Woman is a Woman and Pierrot le fouMelville’s Leon Morin, Priest and Le DoulosTruffaut’s Mississippi Mermaid and Resnais’ Stavisky Breathless was a major success in France and overseas and launched Belmondo as an international name and the face of the New Wave – even though, as he said “I don’t know what they mean” when people used that term.
He had small roles in two predominantly English speaking films, Is Paris Burning? Early Films Belmondo first appeared in the short Moliere Look at what happened to Italy when they went international. The last of these was a notable box office disappointment.
In the New York Times called him “the most impressive young French actor since the advent of the late Gerard Philippe. On 13 Augusthis fourth child, Stella Eva Angelina, was born. There was some controversy when he was arrested for insulting a policeman, when the policeman was charged with assaulting Belmondo.
He was 70 at the time. These movies – some straight-forward action thrillers, some comic spoofs – frequently found Belmondo pairing with one of a handful of French directors who knew best how to capture the charisma and antics of this unique star. Cascaadeur he made a series of purely commercial films: In he played the title role in Cyrano de Bergerac on the stage in Paris, another highly successful production.
He did not want to learn English and appear in English language films: He was a policeman in Cop or Hoodthen made a comedy, Le Guignolo Patricia —who was killed in a fire, Florence born and Paul born That Man from Rio screens Saturday, October 18 at 7 p.