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Robert Beauvais

Robert Beauvais (1911–1982) was a French writer and journalist. He was married twice, to Gisèle Parry and Ginette Garcin. Among his friends were Guy des Cars, Jacques Rueff, Maurice Boitel, and Françoise Sagan. Some of his works were later adapted by Jean Yanne. Beauvais is buried in the village of Audresselles.

Works

Theatre

  • Peau neuve
  • Les Derniers Outrages

Humorous works

  • Histoire de France et de s'amuser (illustrations de Jacques Chaval) (1964)
  • Quand les Chinois (1966)
  • L'Hexagonal tel qu'on le parle (1970)
  • Pigeon vote (1971)
  • Le Français kiskose (1975)
  • Nous serons tous des Protestants (1976)
  • Le Demi-juif (1977)
  • Les Tartuffes de l'écologie (1978)
  • Mythologie (1979)

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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