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Selected list of François Boyer film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits

1962
The priest

Producer Credits

1973
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1972
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1970
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1967
The 25th Hour (1967)
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1965
Les copains (1965)
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1964
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1962
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1954
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1954
Wild Fruit
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1952
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Writer Credits

1963
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1962
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1958
Le joueur (1958)
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1956
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1955
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Self

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François Boyer (1920 - 24 May 2003) was a French screenwriter. He achieved considerable success with his first attempt at screenwriting, Forbidden Games (1952). Initially, he found no studio interested in his work, so he redesigned the screenplay as a novel and published it in 1947 under the title The Secret Game. Although the novel achieved little or no success in its native country, it became a huge commercial success in America. All of a sudden, Boyer's novel was a hot property, so director René Clément, in conjunction with two writers Jean Aurenche and Pierre Bost, helped turn it into a screenplay. While Boyer receives story credit for the film, little is known of how much of his own screenplay made it to the screen. The film was a huge international success, and won an Honorary Oscar for the best foreign language film of its year.

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