Shoot the Piano Player (French: Tirez sur le pianiste) is a 1960 French crime drama film directed by François Truffaut and starring Charles Aznavour as the titular pianist. It is based on the novel Down There by David Goodis.
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... Shoot the Piano Player was first shown at the London Film Festival on October 21, 1960 ... It later premiered in Paris on November 22 and in the U.K ...
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