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An assistant to New Wave directors Francois Truffaut and Claude Chabrol, Phillippe de Broca made his directorial debut in 1959 with "Les jeux de l'amour." His best known film remains "King of Hearts" (1966), a whimsical fable about a WWI soldier (Alan Bates) in a French town populated exclusively by former inmates of the insane asylum. "Hearts" was the first of de Broca's films to be produced under his own Fildebroc production banner.

An assistant to New Wave directors Francois Truffaut and Claude Chabrol, Phillippe de Broca made his directorial debut in 1959 with "Les jeux de l'amour." His best known film remains "King of Hearts" (1966), a whimsical fable about a WWI soldier (Alan Bates) in a French town populated exclusively by former inmates of the insane asylum. "Hearts" was the first of de Broca's films to be produced under his own Fildebroc production banner.

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DIRECTOR:

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  The Black Pirates (1954) Assistant Director
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  Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (1952) Assistant Director
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  Rogue River (1950) Assistant Director
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  Boy from Indiana (1950) Assistant Director
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  Arctic Fury (1949) Assistant Director
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  Mystery Man (1944) Assistant Director
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  Lumberjack (1944) Assistant Director
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  Texas Masquerade (1944) Assistant Director
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  Riders of the Deadline (1943) Assistant Director
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  The Woman of the Town (1943) Assistant Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 The Saddle King (1929) Dr. Harvey Baine
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