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List of Alain Delon Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Le Samouraï (1967)
52
7
Le Samouraï
GP
52
7
Role:
Jef Costello
Starring:
François Périer, Nathalie Delon, Cathy Rosier, Jacques Leroy
Directed By:
Jean-Pierre Melville
2. Rocco and His Brothers (1960)
49
10
Rocco and His Brothers
49
10

Along with her four sons, a widow moves to Milano, where her fifth son Vincenzo has been living. Things get complicated when Simone, one of the boys fall for Nadia, a prostitute. Things get even worse, when his brother Rocco also falls for her, and begins a relationship. When Simone learns about this, he sexually assaults Nadia to teach her a lesson.

Role:
Rocco Parondi
Starring:
Claudia Cardinale, Katina Paxinou, Renato Salvatori, Annie Girardot
Directed By:
Luchino Visconti
3. Purple Noon (1960)
49
4
Purple Noon
PG-13
49
4

Purple Noon is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of Tom Ripley, who travels to Italy, to visit his friend Phillippe, who is engaged to a woman named Marge. However, Phillippe is unaware of the fact that his father has paid Tom to convince him to abandon Europe and return to his family.

Role:
Tom Ripley
Starring:
Romy Schneider, Frank Latimore, Erno Crisa, Maurice Ronet
Directed By:
René Clément
4. Il gattopardo (1963)
39
5
Il gattopardo
39
5

During the unification of Italy in the 1860s, the Prince of Salina, who is a noble aristocrat, tries to preserve his family as well as his class, as a social upheaval takes place.

Role:
Tancredi Falconeri
Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Terence Hill, Claudia Cardinale, Paolo Stoppa, Rina Morelli
Directed By:
Luchino Visconti
5. Le Cercle Rouge (1970)
38
5
Le Cercle Rouge
38
5

Le Cercle Rouge is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of Corey, a French criminal who gets released from prison. He resolves to never return to the world of crime, but he is pulled back into the underworld, after having a chance encounter with an escaped murderer named Vogel. They plan a jewel heist along with a former cop and an alcoholic.

Role:
Corey
Starring:
Yves Montand, Bourvil, Gian Maria Volontè, Paul Crauchet
Directed By:
Jean-Pierre Melville
6. L'Eclisse (1962)
38
5
L'Eclisse
38
5

This romantic drama film revolves around Vittoria, a beautiful literary translator who is living in Rome. She splits up with her writer boyfriend Riccardo, after which she meets a stockbroker named Piero. They begin a relationship but face difficulties due to Piero’s materialistic nature.  

Role:
Piero
Starring:
Lilla Brignone, Rossana Rory, Monica Vitti, Francisco Rabal
7. Mr. Klein (1976)
37
4
Mr. Klein
37
4
Role:
Mr. Robert Klein
Starring:
Jeanne Moreau, Michael Lonsdale, Francine Bergé, Jean Bouise, Juliet Berto
Directed By:
Joseph Losey
8. Two Men in Town (1973)
36
4
Two Men in Town
36
4
Role:
Gino Strabliggi
Starring:
Jean Gabin, Victor Lanoux, Mimsy Farmer, Cécile Vassort
Directed By:
José Giovanni
9. The Sicilian Clan (1969)
32
6
The Sicilian Clan
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32
6
Role:
Roger Sartet
Starring:
Amedeo Nazzari, Jean Gabin, Lino Ventura, Irina Demick
Directed By:
Henri Verneuil
10. The Unvanquished (1964)
34
3
The Unvanquished
34
3

Set against the backdrop of Algerian War of Independence, the film focuses on Thomas Vlassenroot, a deserter of the French Foreign Legion in Algeria, who later joins Organisation armée secrete. Disillusioned, he now wants to return home to Luxemburg. But he needs money to do that and only way he can earn it is to help in the kidnapping of lawyer Dominique Servet. 

Role:
Thomas Vlassenroot
Starring:
Lea Massari, Georges Géret, Maurice Garrel, Robert Castel
Directed By:
Alain Cavalier
11. The Swimming Pool (1969)
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6
The Swimming Pool
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38
6

Jean-Paul is a writer who is having complications in his relationship with his girlfriend Marianne. Things get even more complicated with the arrival of Harry, an old friend, who was Marianne’s lover before Jean. One night, when Harry falls into the pool and is too drunk to swim, Jean decides to allow him to die and makes it look like an accident. However, after the funeral, a police officer informs Marianne that he is not convinced that the death was accidental.    

Role:
Jean-Paul
Starring:
Jane Birkin, Romy Schneider, Maurice Ronet, Paul Crauchet
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
12. Any Number Can Win (1963)
28
4
Any Number Can Win
28
4
Role:
Francis Verlot
Starring:
Jean Gabin, Viviane Romance, Henri Virlojeux, Claude Cerval
Directed By:
Henri Verneuil
13. Un Flic (1972)
32
3
Un Flic
PG
32
3

Edouard Coleman is a police chief in Paris, who has spent a huge part of his life in investigating violent crimes. He soon begins an affair with a beautiful but cold woman named Cathy, and he also befriends Simon, her boyfriend, who is the owner of a nightclub. Soon Edouard comes to know that Simon is also a ruthless bank robber, as well as a drug smuggler.

Role:
Commissaire Edouard Coleman
Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Richard Crenna, Riccardo Cucciolla, Michael Conrad
Directed By:
Jean-Pierre Melville
14. The Last Adventure (1967)
28
5
The Last Adventure
M
28
5
Role:
Manu
Starring:
Serge Reggiani, Lino Ventura, Joanna Shimkus, Hans Meyer
Directed By:
Robert Enrico
15. Les félins (1964)
31
3
Les félins
31
3
Role:
Marc
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Jane Fonda, Lola Albright, Carl Studer
Directed By:
René Clément
16. La veuve Couderc (1971)
28
3
La veuve Couderc
TV-14
28
3
Role:
Jean Lavigne
Starring:
Simone Signoret, Jean Tissier, Ottavia Piccolo, Monique Chaumette
Directed By:
Pierre Granier-Deferre
17. Adieu l'ami (1968)
29
3
Adieu l'ami
PG
29
3
Role:
Dino Barran
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Bernard Fresson, Olga Georges-Picot, Brigitte Fossey
Directed By:
Jean Herman
18. Flic Story (1975)
30
3
Flic Story
30
3
Role:
Roger Borniche
Starring:
Claudine Auger, Renato Salvatori, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Maurice Biraud
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
19. Borsalino (1970)
29
5
Borsalino
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29
5
Role:
Roch Siffredi
Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Mireille Darc, Corinne Marchand, Catherine Rouvel
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
20. Indian Summer (1972)
25
7
Indian Summer
25
7
Role:
Daniele Dominici
Starring:
Giancarlo Giannini, Alida Valli, Renato Salvatori, Sonia Petrovna
Directed By:
Valerio Zurlini
21. Soleil rouge (1971)
28
3
Soleil rouge
PG
28
3

Two gangsters enter a train in which the Japanese ambassador is travelling, along with a valuable gold sword, which he intends to present as a gift to the American president. They also shoot one of his bodyguards. However, the surviving bodyguard Kuroda, goes after the gangsters to track them down and kill them.

Role:
Gotch 'Gauche' Kink
Starring:
Ursula Andress, Capucine, Toshiro Mifune, Charles Bronson, Toshirô Mifune, Capucine
Directed By:
Terence Young
22. No Way Out (1973)
28
4
No Way Out
R
28
4

Italian mafia hitman, Tony Arzenta, reveals to his bosses his plans to retire, but fearing that he could be a threat to them due to his inside knowledge, his employers decide to kill him. However, when they accidentally kill his wife and child instead, he embarks on a bloody rampage across Europe to avenge his family.

Role:
Tony Arzenta
Starring:
Richard Conte, Carla Gravina, Roger Hanin, Marc Porel
Directed By:
Duccio Tessari
23. The Burned Barns (1973)
27
3
The Burned Barns
27
3

After the body of a young woman is found a near a farm, the investigator who is in charge, begins to suspect that two of the farmers might be linked to her death.

Role:
Le juge Pierre Larcher
Starring:
Simone Signoret, Paul Crauchet, Bernard Le Coq, Christian Barbier
Directed By:
Jean Chapot
24. Death of a Corrupt Man (1977)
29
3
Death of a Corrupt Man
29
3
Role:
Xavier 'Xav' Maréchal
Starring:
Klaus Kinski, Ornella Muti, Maurice Ronet, Mireille Darc, Stéphane Audran
Directed By:
Georges Lautner
25. Once a Thief (1965)
30
3
Once a Thief
30
3

When ex-convict, Eddie Pedak, tries to start a new life with his family, police detective Mike Vido and Eddie’s criminal brother Walter keep complicating his life. As Eddie is sucked back into the criminal world, tragic consequences await the family. 

Role:
Eddie Pedak
Starring:
Jack Palance, Ann-Margret, Van Heflin, Paul Frees, John Davis Chandler
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson
26. Spirits of the Dead (1968)
30
3
Spirits of the Dead
R
30
3

Based on works of Edgar Allan Poe, this anthology horror film tells us three different stories. The first story is about Countess Frédérique, who lives a promiscuous life. She finds herself attracted to Baron Wilhelm, who is her cousin and neighbor, whom she had never before met due to a family feud. However, he rejects her due to her wicked ways, after which she plans revenge. The second story is about an army officer named William Wilson, who decides to confess his crimes to a priest. The last story is about a Shakespearean actor whose career is declining due to his alcoholism.

Role:
William Wilson (segment "William Wilson")
Starring:
Brigitte Bardot, Peter Fonda, Vincent Price, Jane Fonda, Terence Stamp, James Robertson Justice
27. Diaboliquement vôtre (1967)
29
3
Diaboliquement vôtre
29
3
Role:
Pierre Lagrange / Georges Campo
Starring:
Senta Berger, Peter Mosbacher, Claude Piéplu, Albert Augier
Directed By:
Julien Duvivier
28. Marco Polo (1962)
19
32
Marco Polo
19
32
Role:
Marco Polo
Starring:
Dorothy Dandridge, Mel Ferrer, France Nuyen, Folco Lulli, Michel Simon
Directed By:
Christian-Jaque
29. The Black Tulip (1964)
24
8
The Black Tulip
24
8
Role:
Julien de Saint Preux / Guillaume de Saint Preux
Starring:
Akim Tamiroff, Dawn Addams, Virna Lisi, Adolfo Marsillach
Directed By:
Christian-Jaque
30. Love at Sea (1964)
20
23
Love at Sea
20
23

During a vacation, a young secretary falls in love with a sailor. However, they are eventually forced to separate and go their own ways. Still, they decide to keep their relationship alive, by writing to each other.

Starring:
Romy Schneider, Daniel Moosmann, Geneviève Thénier, Josette Krieff
Directed By:
Guy Gilles
31. Zorro (1975)
21
3
Zorro
G
21
3
Role:
Don Diego / El Zorro
Starring:
Giacomo Rossi Stuart, Enzo Cerusico, Ottavia Piccolo, Moustache
Directed By:
Duccio Tessari
32. Notre histoire (1984)
18
5
Notre histoire
18
5

Robert Avranche, a garage owner who has a drinking problem, meets a strange pretty young woman, Donatienne, in a train compartment. She tells him a story about them, and then they make love before she leaves. Totally taken up by her, he follows and refuses to leave her. Though he realizes her true nature, he still doesn’t want to lose her.

Role:
Robert Avranche
Starring:
Jean Reno, Nathalie Baye, Gérard Darmon, Geneviève Fontanel
Directed By:
Bertrand Blier
33. Christine (1958)
22
3
Christine
22
3

In 1906 Vienna, Franz, a young lieutenant starts having an affair with Lena, a married baroness. However, when he falls for Christine, the young daughter of a musician, he decides to put an end to the affair. Before Franz and Christine can get married, Lena’s husband finds out about the affair, and challenges Franz to a duel.

Role:
Franz Lobheiner
Starring:
Claudine Auger, Romy Schneider, François Chaumette, Jacques Duby, Jean-Claude Brialy
Directed By:
Pierre Gaspard-Huit
34. Is Paris Burning? (1966)
16
5
Is Paris Burning?
PG-13
16
5
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Leslie Caron, George Chakiris, Glenn Ford, Orson Welles, Charles Boyer, Kirk Douglas
Directed By:
René Clément
35. The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964)
20
3
The Yellow Rolls-Royce
20
3
Starring:
Omar Sharif, Shirley MacLaine, Ingrid Bergman, Art Carney, Rex Harrison, George C. Scott, Jeanne Moreau
Directed By:
Anthony Asquith
36. Scorpio (1973)
22
4
Scorpio
PG
22
4
Role:
Jean 'Scorpio' Laurier
Starring:
Paul Scofield, Burt Lancaster, Gayle Hunnicutt, John Colicos
Directed By:
Michael Winner
37. The Hurried Man (1977)
17
4
The Hurried Man
17
4

This is a French-Italian drama film concerning a married art collector cum antique leader, who leads a frantic life, doing everything in full speed, both in professional and personal sphere, in total disregard for conventional morality until his misdeed turn on him.  

Role:
Pierre Niox
Starring:
Marie Déa, Mireille Darc, Christian Barbier, Monica Guerritore
Directed By:
Édouard Molinaro
38. The Love Mates (1970)
17
7
The Love Mates
17
7

The Love Mates is a French romance film which tells the story of Julien, an antique dealer, and Agatha, who appear to be a great and perfect couple. Julien often gives the impression of being interested in other women, but Agatha doesn’t care that much. They soon meet an American woman who not only changes their lives but also their perception of love.  

Role:
Julien Dandieu
Starring:
Valentina Cortese, Mireille Darc, Jane Davenport, Pascale de Boysson
Directed By:
Roger Kahane
39. The Assassination of Trotsky (1972)
29
3
The Assassination of Trotsky
R
29
3
Role:
Frank Jackson
Starring:
Richard Burton, Romy Schneider, Valentina Cortese, Enrico Maria Salerno
Directed By:
Joseph Losey
40. The Gypsy (1975)
18
4
The Gypsy
18
4

French gypsy, Hugo Sennart, has been retaliating against the society that ostracizes gypsies by stealing from the rich and powerful and giving to the poor. He crosses path with wanted jewel thief, Yan Kuq, whose wife was found dead after a burglary. With the police hunting both men, will they betray each other?

Role:
Hugo Sennart, Le Gitan
Starring:
Paul Meurisse, Annie Girardot, Marcel Bozzuffi, Bernard Giraudeau
Directed By:
José Giovanni
41. Pour la peau d'un flic (1981)
18
5
Pour la peau d'un flic
18
5
Role:
Choucas
Starring:
Anne Parillaud, Daniel Ceccaldi, Mireille Darc, Xavier Depraz
Directed By:
Alain Delon
42. Nouvelle vague (1990)
16
5
Nouvelle vague
16
5
Role:
Lui / Roger Lennox / Richard Lennox
Starring:
Jacques Dacqmine, Roland Amstutz, Christophe Odent, Domiziana Giordano
Directed By:
43. 3 hommes à abattre (1980)
21
4
3 hommes à abattre
21
4
Role:
Michel Gerfaut
Starring:
Michel Auclair, Pascale Roberts, Dalila Di Lazzaro, Lyne Chardonnet
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
44. Assassination Attempt (1981)
14
15
Assassination Attempt
14
15
Starring:
Curd Jürgens, Claude Jade, Natalya Belokhvostikova, Igor Kostolevskiy
Directed By:
Aleksandr Alov, Vladimir Naumov
45. Shock Treatment (1973)
23
6
Shock Treatment
23
6
Role:
Docteur Devilers
Starring:
Robert Hirsch, Annie Girardot, Michel Duchaussoy, Gabriel Cattand
Directed By:
Alain Jessua
46. Someone Is Bleeding (1974)
25
3
Someone Is Bleeding
25
3

Also known as Icy Breasts, the film is a French-Italian psychological thriller, depicting the story of a mysterious French widow named Peggy. On a beach in Nice, she meets writer François Rollin, who falls in love with her. Although she refuses him, he follows her to a villa, where he meets her lawyer Marc and learns that she kills those who approach her.    

Role:
Marc Rilson
Starring:
Mireille Darc, Claude Brasseur, Fiore Altoviti, Emilio Messina
Directed By:
Georges Lautner
47. Lost Command (1966)
16
8
Lost Command
16
8
Role:
Captain Phillipe Esclavier
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, Claudia Cardinale, Michèle Morgan, Maurice Ronet
Directed By:
Mark Robson
48. Un amour de Swann (1984)
14
6
Un amour de Swann
R
14
6
Role:
Baron de Charlus
Starring:
Jeremy Irons, Ornella Muti, Fanny Ardant, Marie-Christine Barrault
Directed By:
Volker Schlöndorff
49. Redhead (1962)
13
18
Redhead
13
18

A redhead woman, approaching forty, has grown bored of her husband, as well as her life. In order to bring some excitement into her life, she moves to Venice, where she begins an affair with another man.

Starring:
Rossano Brazzi, Giorgio Albertazzi, Ruth Leuwerik, Harry Meyen
Directed By:
Helmut Käutner
50. Attention, the Kids Are Watching (1978)
14
10
Attention, the Kids Are Watching
14
10

In a seaside villa, a group of children are under the care of a nanny, and they spend most of their time watching violent television shows. However, one day, they decide to play a prank on their nanny, but things go awfully wrong.

Role:
L'homme
Starring:
Richard Constantini, Sophie Renoir, Thierry Turchet, Tiphaine Leroux
Directed By:
Serge Leroy
51. Boomerang (1976)
13
7
Boomerang
13
7

Boomerang is a crime drama film, which tells the story of a reformed gangster’s son who kills a police officer while being under the influence of drugs. Therefore, the father has no other option but to turn to his old associates for help. 

Role:
Jacques Batkin
Starring:
Carla Gravina, Dora Doll, Louis Julien, Christian de Tillière
Directed By:
José Giovanni
52. Che gioia vivere (1961)
13
11
Che gioia vivere
13
11
Role:
Ulysse Cecconato
Starring:
Gino Cervi, Rina Morelli, Barbara Lass, Carlo Pisacane
Directed By:
René Clément
53. Le chemin des écoliers (1959)
12
8
Le chemin des écoliers
12
8
Role:
Antoine Michaud
Starring:
Françoise Arnoul, Bourvil, Jean-Claude Brialy, Lino Ventura
Directed By:
Michel Boisrond
54. Jeff (1969)
16
10
Jeff
M
16
10

When gang-leader Jeff doesn’t return after taking the loot of a diamond robbery to a fence, the gang is convinced that he has cheated.  But as Laurent believes in Jeff, the gang-members keep Laurent and Jeff’s girlfriend, Eva, under watch while they try to hunt down Jeff. However, Laurent rescues Eva and escapes to look for Jeff, leading to a final showdown. 

Role:
Laurent
Starring:
Georges Rouquier, Gabriel Jabbour, Mireille Darc, Nathalie Nerval
Directed By:
Jean Herman
55. The Devil and the Ten Commandments (1962)
13
16
The Devil and the Ten Commandments
13
16

Originally known as Le Diable et les Dix Commandements, this French language comedy film consists of seven short episodes, each of which shows the consequence of breaking any of the Ten Commandments, while the Devil in the form of a snake chimes in.  

Starring:
Charles Aznavour, Mel Ferrer, Danielle Darrieux, Michel Simon, Micheline Presle
Directed By:
Julien Duvivier
56. Le choc (1982)
19
3
Le choc
19
3

Professional killer, Martin Terrier, wishes to retire, but the organization doesn’t want him to quit. He retreats to the countryside, where he meets Claire and they fall in love. As they return to Paris, Martin is shocked to find that the organization has removed all his bank-money. He has to do one last job for them to get his money and freedom. 

Role:
Martin Terrier / Christian
Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Louis Richard, Philippe Léotard, Etienne Chicot
Directed By:
Alain Delon, Robin Davis
57. Three Murderesses (1959)
14
14
Three Murderesses
14
14
Role:
Julien Fenal
Starring:
Noël Roquevert, Mylène Demongeot, Pascale Petit, Jacqueline Sassard
Directed By:
Michel Boisrond
58. Blood on the Streets (1974)
13
8
Blood on the Streets
13
8
Role:
Roch Siffredi
Starring:
Claudine Auger, Daniel Ivernel, Mireille Darc, Riccardo Cucciolla
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
59. Texas Across the River (1966)
12
9
Texas Across the River
TV-PG
12
9
Role:
Don Andrea
Starring:
Dean Martin, Peter Graves, Joey Bishop, Rosemary Forsyth
Directed By:
Michael Gordon
60. Le battant (1983)
13
9
Le battant
13
9

This French language thriller focuses on the story of Jacques Darnay, who spends eight years in jail wrongly convicted of a jeweler’s murder and stealing of diamonds. Now released from prison, he is determined to recover the cache. But the task is not easy because by doing so he provokes both the police and the rival criminals.

Role:
Jacques Darnay
Starring:
Anne Parillaud, François Périer, Pierre Mondy, Andréa Ferréol
Directed By:
Alain Delon, Robin Davis
61. Creezy (1974)
12
6
Creezy
12
6

Julien Dandieu, leader of the socialist political party, is asked to be minister of foreign affairs. However, things get complicated because of his adulterous relationship with a popular fashion model named Creezy. Eventually, he has to decide whether he is will choose between his career ambitions or a life with his beautiful girlfriend. Things get even more complicated when she mysteriously vanishes.

Role:
Julien Dandieu
Starring:
Jeanne Moreau, Claude Rich, Jean-Marc Bory, Sydne Rome
Directed By:
Pierre Granier-Deferre
62. Armaguedon (1977)
12
6
Armaguedon
12
6

Adapted from David Lippincott's novel, The Voice of Armageddon, the story centers on a repairman, who after years of poverty, inherits a large sum of money when his brother dies. Elated, he now decides to become famous and begins to threaten those in power, signing as Armaguedon.            

Role:
Dr. Michel Ambrose
Starring:
Marie Déa, Renato Salvatori, Jean Yanne, Michel Creton
Directed By:
Alain Jessua
63. Flic Story (1972)
14
10
Flic Story
14
10

Based on actual events, Flic Story is a crime comedy film which depicts the story of the hunt for Emile Buisson, a dangerous criminal who had escaped from prison in 1947. Detective Borniche is in his pursuit, but Emile manages to escape everytime, by killing his informants again and again. Eventually, he is caught with the help of a criminal named Paul, after having committed 30 murders.

Starring:
Michael Lonsdale, Daniel Ivernel, Mireille Darc, Venantino Venantini, Michel Constantin
Directed By:
Georges Lautner
64. Send a Woman When the Devil Fails (1957)
11
9
Send a Woman When the Devil Fails
11
9
Starring:
Edwige Feuillère, Jean Servais, Bernard Blier, Pierre Mondy
Directed By:
Yves Allégret
65. S Novym godom, mamy! (2012)
12
9
S Novym godom, mamy!
12
9
Role:
Alain Delon
Starring:
Karen Badalov, Anna Banshchikova, Elizaveta Boyarskaya, Luiza-Gabriela Brovina
Directed By:
Sarik Andreasyan, Artyom Aksenenko, Anton Bormatov
66. Ho! (1968)
11
10
Ho!
11
10

A small-time gangster tries to become a notorious mob-boss in order to gain more respect. He eventually kidnaps a journalist as well, in order to cover the story. 

Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Raymond Bussières, Stéphane Fey, Joanna Shimkus
Directed By:
Robert Enrico
67. Carom Shots (1963)
10
10
Carom Shots
10
10

Paul Martin is a youngster who wants to take shortcuts to riches. He realizes that marrying the daughter of his immediate superior is not going to give him the  results that he is looking for. Therefore, he begins to plan to take down the head of the company. However, there are ploys running behind his back that he is not aware of.

Starring:
Michel Serrault, Jean-Claude Brialy, Sophie Daumier, Louis de Funès
Directed By:
Marcel Bluwal
68. Le gang (1977)
10
7
Le gang
10
7

In 1945, as the Second World War draws to an end, a group of small time crooks forms a gang and start committing a series of daring burglary without causing loss of life. They soon become infamous as "the front-wheel drive gang" and all the attempts to nail them fail to produce any result. But how long will they continue to be lucky? 

Role:
Robert, dit 'le dingue'
Starring:
Xavier Depraz, Adalberto Maria Merli, Roland Bertin, Maurice Barrier
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
69. Easy Down There! (1971)
10
4
Easy Down There!
10
4

Easy, Down There! is a comedy film which revolves around a priest who finds himself in a complicated situation when his wife, whom he had presumed to be dead, returns unexpectedly.

Role:
Simon Médieu
Starring:
Paul Meurisse, Nathalie Delon, Paul Préboist, Julien Guiomar
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
70. L'uccello migratore (1972)
10
8
L'uccello migratore
10
8
Starring:
Rossana Podestà, Lando Buzzanca, Dominique Torrent, Paolo Cardoni, Christian Thorn
Directed By:
Steno
71. The Medic (1979)
12
3
The Medic
12
3

This film is set during a Third World War, which is portrayed as taking place in the year 1983. It revolves around a surgeon of the medical unit, who falls in love with an idealistic nurse though their initial meeting was difficult. 

Role:
Jean-Marie Desprée
Starring:
Michel Auclair, Francine Bergé, Bernard Giraudeau, Véronique Jannot
Directed By:
Pierre Granier-Deferre
72. Be Beautiful But Shut Up (1958)
10
7
Be Beautiful But Shut Up
10
7

Pretty teenager Virginie Dumayet, an orphan, escapes from a reformatory and joins a jewel smuggling gang of Paris. Then she falls in love with Police Inspector Jean Morel who is smitten with her and who pretends to be a gangster to learn about jewel robbery from her. Putting behind her past life of crime, Virginie marries Inspector Morel and settles in domesticity. 

Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Henri Vidal, René Lefèvre, Mylène Demongeot
Directed By:
Marc Allégret
73. Power Play (1978)
10
6
Power Play
10
6

A group of military officers get frustrated with the corruption and repression of their government, and decide to start a coup and overthrow the current regime. However, the leader of the coup discovers that there may be a spy in their midst.  

Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Peter O'Toole, Barry Morse, David Hemmings, Jon Granik
Directed By:
Martyn Burke
74. Amours célèbres (1961)
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5
Amours célèbres
10
5

Famous Love Affairs is a romantic anthology film which revolves around four different love stories which are based on historical accounts.

Starring:
Brigitte Bardot, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Simone Signoret, Philippe Noiret, Dany Robin, Palau
Directed By:
Michel Boisrond
75. 1 chance sur 2 (1998)
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3
1 chance sur 2
10
3
Role:
Julien Vignal
Starring:
Vanessa Paradis, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Eric Defosse, Aleksandr Yakovlev
Directed By:
Patrice Leconte
76. The Girl on a Motorcycle (1968)
12
6
The Girl on a Motorcycle
R
12
6
Role:
Daniel
Starring:
Marianne Faithfull, Marius Goring, Roger Mutton, Catherine Jourdan
Directed By:
Jack Cardiff
77. Le jeune marié (1983)
9
9
Le jeune marié
9
9
Starring:
Brigitte Fossey, Zoé Chauveau, Richard Berry, Richard Anconina, Daniel Russo
Directed By:
Bernard Stora
78. Asterix at the Olympic Games (2008)
18
2
Asterix at the Olympic Games
18
2

Asterix and Obelix are on a completely new adventure as they compete at the Olympics in order to help Lovesix, their friend get married to Princess Irina. Meanwhile, they need to deal with a rival named Brutus, who is also trying to win with his own team.

Role:
Jules Cesar
Starring:
Jamel Debbouze, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Gérard Depardieu, Benoît Poelvoorde
Directed By:
Thomas Langmann, Frédéric Forestier
79. Fantasia Among the Squares (1971)
8
7
Fantasia Among the Squares
8
7

Fantasia Among the Squares is a comedy film which tells the story of Sagamore, who lives on a farm in the countryside, where he distills whiskey secretly. However, his peace is disturbed with the arrival of a young stranger, along with her companion.

Starring:
Lino Ventura, Mireille Darc, Jean Yanne, Jacques Dufilho
Directed By:
Gérard Pirès
80. The Concorde... Airport '79 (1979)
11
5
The Concorde... Airport '79
PG
11
5

Maggie is a journalist who decides to expose her ex-boyfriend’s involvement with the illegal arms business. While she in traveling on an inaugural flight, he tries to bring down the plane.

Role:
Capt. Paul Metrand
Starring:
Sybil Danning, Robert Wagner, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Bibi Andersson, Ed Begley Jr., Eddie Albert, Cicely Tyson
Directed By:
David Lowell Rich
81. Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma (1995)
10
8
Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma
10
8
Starring:
Gina Lollobrigida, Harry Dean Stanton, Martin Sheen, Marcello Mastroianni, Daryl Hannah, Robert De Niro, Jane Birkin
Directed By:
Agnès Varda
82. A Crime (1993)
16
3
A Crime
16
3
Role:
Maître Charles Dunand
Starring:
Francine Bergé, Manuel Blanc, Sophie Broustal, Maxime Leroux
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
83. Le retour de Casanova (1992)
9
8
Le retour de Casanova
9
8
Role:
Casanova
Starring:
Delia Boccardo, Fabrice Luchini, Wadeck Stanczak, Elsa Lunghini
Directed By:
Edouard Niermans
84. L'ours en peluche (1994)
17
2
L'ours en peluche
17
2
Role:
Jean Rivière
Starring:
Paolo Bonacelli, Laure Killing, Martine Brochard, Regina Bianchi
Directed By:
Jacques Deray
85. Cop's Honour (1985)
10
8
Cop's Honour
10
8
Role:
Daniel Pratt
Starring:
Jacques Perrin, Éva Darlan, Jean-François Stévenin, Fiona Gélin
Directed By:
José Pinheiro
86. Actors (2000)
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8
Actors
9
8
Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Michael Lonsdale, Josiane Balasko, Pierre Arditi
Directed By:
Bertrand Blier
87. Let Sleeping Cops Lie (1988)
11
8
Let Sleeping Cops Lie
11
8
Role:
Eugéne Grindel
Starring:
Michel Serrault, Raymond Gérôme, Xavier Deluc, Patrick Catalifo
Directed By:
José Pinheiro
88. The Passage (1986)
10
2
The Passage
10
2
Role:
Jean Diaz
Starring:
Christine Boisson, Jean-Luc Moreau, Alain Lalanne, Alberto Lomeo
Directed By:
René Manzor
89. Dancing Machine (1990)
6
3
Dancing Machine
6
3
Role:
Alan Wolf
Starring:
Claude Brasseur, Patrick Dupond, Tonya Kinzinger, Marina Saura
Directed By:
Gilles Béhat
90. Le jour et la nuit (1997)
6
2
Le jour et la nuit
6
2
Role:
Alexandre
Starring:
Lauren Bacall, Arielle Dombasle, Jean-Pierre Kalfon, Xavier Beauvois
Directed By:
Bernard-Henri Lévy

TV Movie(s)

1. Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1987)
13
5
Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam
PG-13
13
5
Starring:
Elizabeth McGovern, Kathleen Turner, Harvey Keitel, Kevin Dillon, Tom Berenger, Robin Williams, Randy Quaid
Directed By:
Bill Couturié
2. Le chien (1962)
15
3
Le chien
15
3
Role:
Lui
Starring:
Elke Sommer, Albert Dinan, Marianne Kitaeff, Jean-Loup Reynold
Directed By:
François Chalais
3. Le bel indifférent (1978)
17
3
Le bel indifférent
17
3
Role:
Émile
Starring:
Annie Cordy
Directed By:
Marion Sarraut
4. Love Letters (2008)
13
5
Love Letters
13
5
Role:
Thomas
Starring:
Anouk Aimée
Directed By:
Alain Delon
5. Une journée ordinaire (2011)
12
3
Une journée ordinaire
12
3
Role:
Julien
Starring:
Anouchka Delon, Elisa Servier, Julien Dereims, Christophe de Choisy
Directed By:
Eric Assous
6. One Husband Too Many (2010)
10
3
One Husband Too Many
10
3
Role:
Maxime de Rougemont
Starring:
Jean-Luc Bideau, Cyrielle Clair, Philippe Bas, Alexandre Varga
Directed By:
Louis Choquette
7. Le lion (2003)
10
3
Le lion
10
3
Role:
John Bullit
Starring:
Ornella Muti, Heino Ferch, Anouchka Delon, Putla Sehlapelo
Directed By:
José Pinheiro

TV Shows and Videos

Cinéma cinémas (1982)
Cinéma cinémas
Role:
Himself (3 episodes, 1984-1989)
Starring:
Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Mocky, Jean-Claude Dauphin, Michel Boujut
Directed By:
Otto Preminger, Wim Wenders
New Reports from France (1964)
New Reports from France
Role:
Himself - (segment "Clément tourne") / ... (3 episodes, 1965-1969)
Starring:
Jean Marais, Maurice Béjart, Frédéric Rossif, Léon Zitrone
Directed By:
Agnès Varda, Claire Denis
Frank Riva (2003)
Frank Riva
Role:
Frank Riva (6 episodes, 2003-2004)
Starring:
Mireille Darc, Jacques Perrin, Sophie von Kessel, Cédric Chevalme