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183 result(s)

    206430-17
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French actor, scriptwriter and director. Shooting of the film "Traffic" released in 1971. Amsterdam (Netherlands), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-16
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French actor, scriptwriter and director. Shooting of the film "Traffic" released in 1971. Amsterdam (Netherlands), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-15
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French actor, scriptwriter and director. Shooting of the film "Traffic" released in 1971. Amsterdam (Netherlands), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-14
    Paul-Loup Sulitzer (born in 1946), French businessman and writer, washing his car with one of his gadgets, a miracle sponge which only needs a glass of water. Paris, 6 January 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-13
    Paul-Loup Sulitzer (born in 1946), French businessman and writer, washing his car with one of his gadgets, a miracle sponge which only needs a glass of water. Paris, 6 January 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-11
    Georges Séguy (1927-2016), secretary-general of the General Confederation of Labour (CGT), French trade union, and Henri Krazuki (1924-2003), French unionist, at the 22nd Congress of the French Communist Party. Saint-Denis (France), February 1976. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-10
    Georges Séguy (1927-2016), secretary-general of the General Confederation of Labour (CGT), French trade union, and Henri Krazuki (1924-2003), French unionist. 22nd Congress of the French Communist Party. Saint-Denis (France), 4 February 1976. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-8
    Michel Rocard (1930-2016), French politician, at the café "Le Bourbon", facing the French National Assembly building. Paris (VIIth arrondissement), 10 April 1973. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-7
    Michel Rocard (1930-2016), French politician, at the Meeting du Programme Commun at the Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles. Paris, 28 December 1972. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-6
    Pierre Richard (born in 1934), French actor, at his home. Paris, December 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-5
    Pierre Richard (born in 1934), French actor, at his home. Paris, December 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-4
    Pierre Richard (born in 1934), French actor, at his home. Paris, December 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-3
    Antoine Riboud (1918-2002), French businessman, founder and chairman of the Danone group, at BSN headquarters (Boussois-Souchon-Neuvesel). Paris, 23 December 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-2
    Antoine Riboud (1918-2002), French businessman, founder and chairman of the Danone group, at BSN headquarters (Boussois-Souchon-Neuvesel). Paris, 23 December 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-1
    Georges Pompidou (1911-1974), then Prime Minister and candidate for the French presidential elections, and Jacques Chirac (1932-2019), Secretary of State, drinking some beers in the Alsatian tavern "L'ours blanc", at the end of the Congrès UJP. Strasbourg (France), 12 April 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-30
    Georges Pompidou (1911-1974), Prime Minister of Charles de Gaulle, attending a rugby match of the Five Nations Championship: France – Wales. Score: 8-8. Colombes (France), Yves du Manoir Stadium, 22 March 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-29
    Joseph Comiti (1920-2000), Minister of Sports, and Georges Pompidou (1911-1974), Prime Minister of Charles de Gaulle, attending a rugby match of the Five Nations Championship: France – Wales. Score: 8-8. Colombes (France), Yves du Manoir Stadium, 22 March 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-28
    Joseph Comiti (1920-2000), Minister of Sports, and Georges Pompidou (1911-1974), Prime Minister of Charles de Gaulle, attending a rugby match of the Five Nations Championship: France – Wales. Score: 8-8. Colombes (France), Yves du Manoir Stadium, 22 March 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-27
    Georges Pompidou (1911-1974), Prime Minister and candidate for the French presidential elections, and Jacques Chirac (1932-2019), Secretary of State, drinking some beers in the Alsatian tavern "L'ours blanc", at the end of the Congrès UJP (Union des jeunes pour le progrès), French Gaullist movement. Strasbourg (France), 12 April 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-26
    Georges Pompidou (1911-1974), Prime Minister and candidate for the French presidential elections, and Jacques Chirac (1932-2019), Secretary of State, drinking some beers in the Alsatian tavern "L'ours blanc", at the end of the Congrès UJP. Strasbourg (France), 12 April 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-25
    Georges Pompidou (1911-1974), Prime Minister and candidate for the French presidential elections, and Jacques Chirac (1932-2019), Secretary of State, drinking some beers in the Alsatian tavern "L'ours blanc", at the end of the Congrès UJP. Strasbourg (France), 12 April 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-24
    Georges Pompidou (1911-1974), Prime Minister of Charles de Gaulle, with Joseph Comiti (1920-2000), Minister of Sport, attending a rugby match of the Five Nations Championship: France – Wales. Score: 8-8. Yves du Manoir Stadium. Colombes, 22 March 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-23
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-22
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-21
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-20
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-19
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-18
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-17
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-16
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-15
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-14
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-13
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter. Paris, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-12
    Roman Polanski (born in 1933), French-born Polish actor, theatre and opera director, producer and scriptwriter, with his wife Sharon Tate (1943-1969), after the release of his movie "Rosemary’s Baby" with which he won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Paris (VIth arrondissement), rue des Beaux Arts, 25 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-11
    Philippe Noiret (1930-2002), French actor. Shooting of the film "L'Attentat" (Plot) by Yves Boisset (born in 1939). Paris, 1972. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-10
    Jacques Dutronc (born in 1943), French singer and actor. Shooting of the film "Le Bon et les Méchants" (The Good and the Bad) by Claude Lelouch (born in 1937). July 1975. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-9
    Claude Pinoteau (born in 1925), French film director, and Jacques Spiesser (born in 1947). Shooting of his film "La Gifle" (The Slap). Paris, July 1974. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-8
    Claude Pinoteau (1925-2012), French movie director, Isabelle Adjani (born in 1955), Franco-Algerian actress, and Lino Ventura (1919-1987), Franco-Italian actor. Shooting of the film "La Gifle" (The Slap), by Claude Pinoteau, 1972. Photograh by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-7
    Antoine Pinay (1891-1994), French politician, Council President and several times Minister during the French Fourth Republic, Minister of Finance under Charles de Gaulle. Saint-Chamond (Loire), 27 April 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-1
    Jacques Perrin (born in 1941), French actor, producer and film director. Paris 27 December 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206431-4
    Jacques Villeret (1951-2005), French actor. Shooting of the film "Un autre homme une autre chance" (Another Man, Another Chance), by Claude Lelouch (born in 1937). Rouen (Seine-Maritime, France), February 1974. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-29
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French movie director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-28
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French film director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-27
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French film director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-26
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French film director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-24
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French movie director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-23
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French film director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-22
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French movie director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-21
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French movie director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-19
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French film director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-18
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French film director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic", released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-12
    Paul-Loup Sulitzer (born in 1946), French businessman and writer, washing his car with one of his gadgets, a miracle sponge which only needs a glass of water. Paris, 6 January 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-6
    Pierre Etaix (born in 1928), French film-maker, actor, clown, magician and playwright. Shooting of his film "Le Grand Amour" (The Great Love). Paris, 16 September 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-5
    Michel Piccoli (1925-2020), French actor at the Cannes Film Festival. Cannes (Alpes-Maritimes, France), 11 May 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-4
    Michel Piccoli (1925-2020), French actor, with Léa Massari (born in 1933), French actress, at the Cannes Film Festival for the présentation of the film "Les Choses de la vie" (The Things of Life), by Claude Sautet. Cannes (Alpes-Maritimes, France), 11 May 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-3
    Jacques Perrin (born in 1941), French actor. Paris, 1978. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206429-2
    Jacques Perrin (born in 1941), French actor. Paris, 1978. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-30
    François Périer (1909-2002), French actor and film director. Shooting of the film "Z" by Constantin Costa-Gavras. Paris, 28 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-29
    François Périer (1909-2002), French actor and film director. Shooting of the film "Z" by Constantin Costa-Gavras. Paris, 28 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-28
    François Périer (1909-2002), French actor and film director. Shooting of the film "Z" by Constantin Costa-Gavras. Paris, 28 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-27
    François Périer (1909-2002), French actor and film director. Shooting of the film "Z" by Constantin Costa-Gavras. Paris, 28 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-26
    François Périer (1909-2002), French actor and film director. Shooting of the film "Z" by Constantin Costa-Gavras. Paris, 28 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206431-3
    Jacques Villeret (1951-2005), French actor. Shooting of the fiim "Un autre homme une autre chance" (Another Man, Another Chance), by Claude Lelouch. Rouen (Seine-Maritime, France), February 1974. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206431-2
    Jacques Villeret (1951-2005), French actor. Shooting of the fiim "Un autre homme une autre chance" (Another Man, Another Chance), by Claude Lelouch. Rouen (Seine-Maritime, France), February 1974. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206431-1
    Simone Veil (1927-2017), French magistrate and stateswoman. As Minister of Health (1974), she passed the law for the voluntary termination of pregnancy in 1975. She was the first woman to be elected President of the European Parliament by universal suffrage (1979-1982). Paris, 25 February 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-30
    Simone Veil (1927-2017), French magistrate and stateswoman. As Minister of Health (1974), she passed the law for the voluntary termination of pregnancy in 1975. She was the first woman to be elected President of the European Parliament by universal suffrage (1979-1982). Paris, 25 February 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-25
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French film director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic" released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograh by d'André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-20
    Jacques Tati (1907-1982), French film director, actor and cult scriptwriter of French cinema. Shooting of the film "Traffic" released in 1971. Amsterdam (Holland), 9 July 1970. Photograh by d'André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206430-9
    Michel Rocard (born in 1930), French politician, coming back to his home. Paris, 10 April 1973. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-18
    Michel Audiard (1920-1985), French dialogue writer, writer, journalist, scriptwriter and film director at the "Carita" hairdressing salon. Paris, 4 October 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-17
    Pierre Mendès-France (1907-1982), French politician, at his home. Moral figure of the left, radical socialist, then socialist, he is a reference for the French politicial class. Paris 21 May 1969. Photograh by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-16
    Seat of Jean-Pierre Melville (1917-1973), French film director and scriptwriter. Shooting of his film "Le Cercle Rouge" (The Red Circle). Studios in Boulogne Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine, France), 13 February 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-15
    Golda Meir (1898-1978), Irsraelian politician and first Minister of the Israeli State, visiting the Sénat, with (from left to right): Claude Estier (1925-2016), French journalist and politician, Anker Jorgensen, (1922-2016), Danish politician, Pierre Mauroy (1928-2013) and François Mitterrand (1916-1996), French politicians. Paris (VIth arrondissement), 13 January 1973. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-14
    François Mitterrand (1916-1996), then leader of the Socialist Party, and Georges Marchais (1920-1997), French politician, at the Meeting du Programme Commun at the Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles. Paris, 28 décembre 1972. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942)
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-13
    Georges Marchais (1920-1997), French politician, at the 22th Congress of the PCF (French Communist Party). Ile-Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis, France), 4 February 1976. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-12
    Georges Marchais (1920-1997), French politician, at the 22th Congress of the PCF (French Communist Party). Ile-Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis), 4 février 1976. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-11
    Marcel Carné (1906-1996), French film director and scriptwriter in his property in Clamart (Hauts-de-Seine, France), 4 November 1970. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-10
    Jean Marais (1913-1998), French actor, at his home, next to the bust of Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), French dramatist and film-maker. 1970. Photograp by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-9
    André Malraux (1901-1976), French politician, during his speech at the "Congrès de l'UJP". Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin), 12 April 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

    206428-8
    Lino Ventura (1919-1987), French actor. Shooting of the film "La Gifle" (The Slap) by Claude Pinoteau. England, 1974. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Jerry Lewis (born in 1926), American humorist, actor and film director at the shooting of an advertisement. Paris, 13 September 1971. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Jerry Lewis (born in 1926), American humorist, actor and film director at the shooting of an advertisement. Paris, 13 September 1971. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    André Dussolier (born in 1946), French actor. Shooting of the film "Toute une vie" (And Now My Love), by Claude Lelouch. Deauville (Calvados, France), 3 October 1973. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Charles Denner (1926-1995), French actor. Shooting of the film "Toute une vie" (And Now My Love), by Claude Lelouch. Porte Dauphine, Paris (XVIth arrondissement), 14 December 1973. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Claude Lelouch (born in 1937), French film director, with his collector's movie camera and the actors Judith Magre (born in 1926) and Charles Denner (1926-1995). First day of shooting of the film "A Paris Porte Dauphine". Paris, 2 September 1973. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Jacques Dutronc (born in 1943), French singer and actor. Shooting of the film "Le Bon et les Méchants" (The Good and the Bad), by Claude Lelouch. July 1975. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Alain Delon (born in 1935), French actor, Jean-Pierre Melville (1917-1973), French film-maker and actor, and Yves Montand (1921-1991), French-Italian actor. Shooting of the film "Le Cercle Rouge" (The Red Circle), by Jean-Pierre Melville. Boulogne Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine, France), 13 February 1970.
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Michel Debré (1912-1996), Minister of Foreign Affairs at the "Congrès UJP". Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin, France), 13 April 1969.
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Michel Debré (1912-1996), Minister of Foreign Affairs at the "Congrès UJP". Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin, France), 13 April 1969.
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Henry-Georges Clouzot (1907-1977), French film-maker and scriptwriter, at his home. Paris, 4 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Henry-Georges Clouzot (1907-1977), French film-maker and scriptwriter, at his home. Paris, 4 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Henry-Georges Clouzot (1907-1977), French film-maker and scriptwriter, at his home. Paris, 4 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Henry-Georges Clouzot (1907-1977), French film-maker and scriptwriter, at his home. Paris, 4 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Henry-Georges Clouzot (1907-1977), French film-maker and scriptwriter, at his home. Paris, 4 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Henry-Georges Clouzot (1907-1977), French film-maker and scriptwriter, at his home. Paris, 4 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Henry-Georges Clouzot (1907-1977), French film-maker and scriptwriter, at his home. Paris, 4 October 1968. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Claude Chabrol (1930-2010), French film-maker, producer, scriptwriter and dialogue writer. Member of the New Wave generation of French cinema. Shooting of "Le Cheval d'orgueil" (The Horse of Pride) adapted from a book of Pierre-Jakez Hélias. Brittany (France), 30 March 1980. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977), British filmmaker, producer, scriptwriter, composer and actor in the hotel room Savoy. London (United Kingdom), 2 October 1971. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
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    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Claude Lelouch (né en 1937), filmmaker, producer and scriptwriter in the premises of his production company. Paris, 1972. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

     

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    Claude Lelouch (né en 1937), film-maker, producer and scriptwriter in the premises of his production company. Paris, 1972. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).
    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

    © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet