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Lionel Wallmann (–2011)

Lionel Wallmann was a production manager and producer, known for Bacchanales sexuelles (1974), Les trottoirs de Bangkok (1984) and Les demoiselles à péage (1975). He died on October 13, 2011 in France. See full bio »


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Bacchanales sexuelles
Les trottoirs de Bangkok
Les trottoirs de Bangkok Production Manager
Suce moi vampire
Suce moi vampire Producer


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 1997 Two Orphan Vampires (production manager)
 1985 Ne prends pas les poulets pour des pigeons (production manager)
 1984 Les trottoirs de Bangkok (production manager)
 1982 The Living Dead Girl (production manager)
 1980 Petites filles pour grands vicieux (production manager)
 1979 Gamines en chaleur (production manager - uncredited)
 1978 Annonces spéciales pour couples vicieux (production manager)
 1977 Positions danoises (production manager)
 1977 Saute-moi dessus (production manager)
 1971 Requiem for a Vampire (general production manager - as Lionel Wallman)
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