Michel Magne (20 March 1930 in Lisieux, Calvados, France – 19 December 1984 in Cergy-Pontoise, Val-d'Oise) was a French film and experimental music composer. He was nominated in 1962 for an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for adapting the Jackie Gleason score to film Gigot. He also scored Barbarella and a series of OSS 117 films.
In 1962, he purchased the Château d'Hérouville, near Pontoise, and converted it into a residential recording studio in 1969, known as Studio d'enregistrement Michel Magne, which through the 1970s was used by a series of artists such as Elton John (at his Honky Château), Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Jethro Tull, Cat Stevens, and the Bee Gees among many others.
- Le Pain vivant
- Détournement de mineures
- Les Sérum de bonté (TV series)
- Les Filles sèment le vent
- Les Livreurs
- Les Laches vivent d'espoir
- Rodophe Bresdin
- Les Étrangers
- Tout le monde il est beau, tout le monde il est gentil
- Les Misérables
- T'es folle ou quoi?
- Réveillon chez Bob
- Emmanuelle 4
- p. 141 Cooper, Kim & Smay, David Lost in the Grooves: Scram's Capricious Guide to the Music You Misse 2005 Routledge
- p.37 Wilcken, Hugo Low 2005 Continuum International Publishing Group
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