His CV film has approximately 1400 full-length movies. In more than fifty-year career of Rémy Julienne will be set to the cascades of the biggest success of French cinema and global. The man with the six James Bond movies, including three with the late Roger Moore, the daredevil who has worked fifteen times with Jean-Paul Belmondo, today celebrates its 89th spring. A great opportunity for him to engage in Figaro Live a few of her greatest thrills of shooting.

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The taste for what he calls “his antics” was born as a teenager in Rémy Julienne. The bike will be her first passion: “I started to make my first rounds to 12 years of age by pricking the 100cc Peugeot that my father had hidden in the attic, under the occupation.” The virus and speed of risk is taken. In 1957, he became champion of France of cross-country motorcycle.

a Few years later, he made a decisive encounter. Gil Delamare, a filmmaker’s death-defying the commits to a few of the action scenes in Fantômas . The current passes between the two men. In 1966, the mentor of Rémy Julienne entrusts him with the responsibility of the cascades mechanical in La Grande Vadrouille .

The same year, the fate meddles Gil Delamare died during the shooting of the film The Saint takes the lookout . Producers and directors ask him whether he feels able to take the result of his master and friend. The answer, a little bit crazy, will be positive…

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today, always a good eye, despite the years that pass, Rémy Julienne want to share the secrets of what Georges Lautner called, smiling, “our bullshit”. The cameras on the Figaro have been there to capture the confessions, enriched with images, commented in support, the one that Jean-Paul Belmondo, in person, he was nicknamed as a sign of respect, “the big stunt”.

Rémy Julienne, an accomplice of Belmondo

Remy Julienne : “Belmondo was only the dangerous stunts” – Watch on Figaro Live

● Roger Moore: “Without Rémy Julienne, James Bond would not have existed”

Waterfall cinema : “Without a Rémy Julienne, James Bond would not have existed” (Roger Moore) – Look on Figaro Live