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== Film Deaths ==
 
== Film Deaths ==
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*'''''[[French Connection II (1975)]]'' [''Jaques'']:'''
* '''''Les Miserables'' (1995)''' [''1942 Thenardier]'': Shot in the back by [[Annie Girardot]] in their farmhouse; he manages to strangle her before dying himself. their bodies are shown afterwards when [[Michel Boujenah]] emerges from hiding in his cellar.
 
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* '''''Les Miserables'' (1995)''' [''1942 Thenardier'']: Shot in the back by [[Annie Girardot]] in their farmhouse; he manages to strangle her before dying himself. their bodies are shown afterwards when [[Michel Boujenah]] emerges from hiding in his cellar.
   
 
== Notable Connections ==
 
== Notable Connections ==
 
* <span>Brother of Francis Leotard (France’s minister of defence, 1993-1995)</span>
 
* <span>Brother of Francis Leotard (France’s minister of defence, 1993-1995)</span>
 
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[[Category:French actors and actresses]]
 
[[Category:French actors and actresses]]
 
[[Category:Listed on Original Cinemorgue]]
 
[[Category:Listed on Original Cinemorgue]]
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[[Category:Death scenes by female killer]]
 
[[Category:Death scenes by female killer]]
 
[[Category:Respiratory failure victims]]
 
[[Category:Respiratory failure victims]]
{{DEFAULTSORT:Leotard, Philippe}}
 

Revision as of 09:34, 5 May 2018

Philippe Leotard (1940 - 2001)

Philippe Leotard (left) in Les Miserables.

Film Deaths

  • Les Miserables (1995) [1942 Thenardier]: Shot in the back by Annie Girardot in their farmhouse; he manages to strangle her before dying himself. their bodies are shown afterwards when Michel Boujenah emerges from hiding in his cellar.

Notable Connections

  • Brother of Francis Leotard (France’s minister of defence, 1993-1995)
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