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Achod Malakian (Henri Verneuil), film director: born Rodosto, Turkey 15 October 1920; married (four children); died Paris 11 January 2002.Henri Verneuil brought success to actors such as Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Omar Sharif, Claudia Cardinale and Michèle Morgan in his films, but he also gave them the friendship of a master.Arnoul appeared again in Des Gens sans importance (People of No Importance, 1956), with the great Jean Gabin playing a truck driver hopelessly in love with a waitress.Gabin, by then well over 50, was a monumental figure in every sense of the word, and Verneuil, at first despairing of such static grandeur, called him "Monsieur Immobile" and began to walk off the set.LE P'TIT PARADIS, socit responsabilit limite unipersonnelle est en activit depuis 21 ans.
Mayrig is a beautiful and at the same time very dramatic movie that tells about the tragic events of the Armenian Genocide and the life of a refugee family in France.
It was now time for the "young wolf" Alain Delon to make his début, playing against the "old lion" Gabin in Mélodie en sous-sol (The Big Snatch, 1963), one of the best thrillers of the French cinema, for which Verneuil was awarded the Prix Edgar Poe. comme Icare (1979) is an inquest on the Kennedy assassination, with Yves Montand as the judge.
The whole imbroglio was illuminated for me by the presence of a favourite actress from pre-war days, Viviane Romance, still sumptuous at 50. Gabin and Delon starred in one of Verneuil's most best-known productions, Le Clan des Siciliens (The Sicilian Clan, 1969), supported by Lino Ventura.
But Verneuil is most often remembered for his exuberant action movies: 100,000 Dollars au soleil (Greed in the Sun, 1964) and Week-end à Zuydcoote (Weekend at Dunkirk, 1964), in an adaptation of Robert Merle's magnificent novel about the wartime landings in France, starring Belmondo in one of his finest roles. Le Casse (The Burglars, 1976) has Belmondo doing his own stunts in a sensational hold-up in Athens.
Mille milliard de dollars ("A Thousand Billion Dollars", 1981) starred Patrick Dewaere as a courageous journalist battling the multinationals – Dewaere inexplicably committed suicide a year later.