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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Georges Lautner vintage movie posters from his critically acclaimed catalog of timeless cinematic creations.

    Georges Lautner was a French film director and screenwriter. He was born in Nice, France on January 24, 1926. Lautner was the son of an actress named Renée Saint-Cyr. Lautner was known primarily for his comedies, created in collaboration with Michel Audiard who was also a screen writer.

    In 1962, Georges Lautner directed a French crime drama titled The Seventh Juror, starring Maurice Biraud, Francis Blanche, Danièle Delorme, and Bernard Biller. The Seventh Juror is about a man who murders a young woman while the woman's boyfriend is wrongly accused of the murder and the actual killer is chosen to serve in the jury, but does not want an innocent man to be sentenced. It was based on the Francis Didelot's novel The Seventh Juror.

    In 1963, Georges Lautner directed a French-Italian-German comedy crime film, inspired by the book of Albert Simonin, Grisbi or not Grisbi. The film was popular with the public but was not popular with critics upon its first release.

    Some of his known films as a screenwriter are the following: Salad by the Roots, a Franco-Italian comedy released in 1964, filmed a year later after his success in Les Tonton Flingueurs; The Monocle Laughs, a French-Italian comedy thriller also released in 1964, the third trilogy of films he directed.

    Les Corsaires du Bois de Boulogne or The Pirates of the Bois du bologne is a 1954 French comedy film, where Georges Lautner acted, directed and written by Norbert Carbonnaux.

    Film/Art Gallery’s collection of original Georges Lautner movie posters includes French Small (23x32) posters of La Grande Sauterelle, Mireille Darc stars in the French/German/Italian co-production, a romantic crime drama, directed by Georges Lautner. Georges Lautner poster collection also includes Half sheet (22x28) posters of Road to Salina (La Route de Salina), the sexy French mystery, filmed in the Canary Islands and starring Mimsy Farmer, Robert Walker, and Rita Hayworth.

    Film/Art Gallery movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original movie posters. We do not carry any movie poster reproductions or reprints of any kind.