Knowledge Identifier: +Alain_Delon
In 1956, after being dishonorably discharged from the military, he returned to France
Patricia Highsmith - After a 9 January 1956 TV adaptation on "Studio One", it was filmed by René Clément as "Plein Soleil" with Alain Delon, whom Highsmith praised as the ideal Ripley
Bruno Cremer - In 1957, he had a credited role in the movies for the first time in "Send a Woman When the Devil Fails" , featuring Alain Delon
On 20 March 1959, Delon was engaged to actress Romy Schneider, whom he met when they co-starred in the film "Christine"
In 1960, Delon appeared in René Clément's "Purple Noon", which was based on the Patricia Highsmith novel "The Talented Mr. Ripley"
Famous Love Affairs - "'Famous Love Affairs"' is a 1961 French-Italian anthology film starring Alain Delon, Brigitte_Bardot and Jean Paul Belmondo
In 1964, the Cinémathèque Française held a showcase of Delon's films and Delon started a production company, Delbeau Production, with Georges Beaume
In 1968, during the shooting of the film "Jeff", he met French actress Mireille Darc with whom he started a 15-year relationship, lasting until 1982
In 1973, he made a duet with the French pop singer Dalida on "Paroles, paroles"
He played Johnston McCulley's popular masked hero in 1975's "Zorro"
Roger Borniche - His first set of memoirs, "Flic Story", became the basis of a 1975 film featuring Alain Delon as Borniche, portraying Borniche's real-life pursuit of Emile Buisson
In 1976, Delon starred in Monsieur Klein, which won him the César awards
Attention, les enfants regardent - "'Attention, The Kids Are Watching "' is a 1978 French drama film starring Alain Delon
Then followed a string of box office failures in the late 1980s and 1990s, culminating in the failure of Patrice Leconte's "Une chance sur deux"
Mireille Darc - In the 1980s her career was interrupted by open-heart surgery following a car accident, in which she was seriously injured, and her separation from Alain Delon after fifteen years together
Three Men to Kill - "Three Men to Kill" is the first film of a group of popular movies released in the 1980s and starring Alain Delon, which share a visual and narrative style, followed by "For a Cop's Hide" and "Le battant"
Parole de flic - "'Parole de flic"' is a 1985 French crime film directed by José Pinheiro and produced by and starring Alain Delon
Rosalie van Breemen - In 1987, Rosalie met French actor Alain Delon, when she was hired to perform as an extra background singer for one of his video clips
Nico died in 1988, from a bicycling accident
In 1990, he worked with auteur Jean-Luc Godard, on "Nouvelle vague", in which he played twins
Delon acquired Swiss citizenship on September 23, 1999, and the company managing products sold under his name is based in Geneva
Frederique Bel - She later appeared in 2011 in another advertisement for the optical brand Krys with other celebrities, including Alain Delon, Jane_Birkin, Michel Blanc and Frédéric Beigbeder, all stating that before, they had a certain status, but adding that it was before once they have put on their pair of glasses
Purple Noon - On December 4, 2012, the Criterion Collection released the high-definition digital restoration of "Purple Noon" on Blu-ray and DVD. Special features include an interview with René Clément scholar and author Denitza Bantcheva, archival interviews with Alain Delon and Patricia Highsmith, the film's original English-language trailer, and a booklet featuring an essay by film critic Geoffrey O'Brien and excerpts from a 1981 interview with Clément
In 2018, after a seven year hiatus, Delon is currently filming La maison vide co-starring Juliette Binoche and directed by Patrice Leconte
At the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, which will be held from May 14 to 25, Delon will be the recipient of a special award for his long standing career in the movies