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  • Norbert Carbonnaux - IMDb

    Norbert Carbonnaux was born on March 28, 1918 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Seine [now Hauts-de-Seine], Île-de-France, France. He was a writer and director, known for ...

  • Courte tête (1956) - IMDb

    Directed by Norbert Carbonnaux. With Fernand Gravey, Micheline Dax, Jean Richard, Jacques Duby. ... Title: Courte tête (1956) 6.2 /10. Want to share IMDb's ...

  • Norbert Carbonnaux — Wikipedia

    Norbert Jean Claude Carbonnaux, bet ganet e Neuilly-sur-Seine (Seine d'ar mare-se, Bro-C'hall) d'an 28 a viz Meurzh 1918 hag aet da Anaon e Pariz d'ar 6 a viz Du 1997 ...

  • Carbonnaux, Norbert - Homepage - Astrodienst,_Norbert

    Carbonnaux, Norbert. From Astro-Databank. Jump to: navigation, search. ... Carbonneaux died on 11/06/1997, Paris. Link to Wikipedia biography (French) Events.

  • L'Ingenu (1972) - Norbert Carbonneaux | Synopsis ...

    Find trailers, reviews, synopsis, awards and cast information for L'Ingenu (1972) - Norbert Carbonneaux on AllMovie - This French film updates a classic tale by…

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    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Norbert Carbonneaux on AllMovie - Called "the laziest of the better French cineastes" by Jean Luc Godard, director ...

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  • Les Corsaires du Bois de Boulogne (1954) | GoWatchIt

    Directed by Norbert Carbonneaux Starring Louis de Funès. Les Corsaires du Bois de Boulogne (Pirates of the Bois de Bouglogne) can't possibly be taken seriously, but ...

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