Filmography

Jacques Perrot

3 films

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  • Documentary / Report

    Sauvetage en montagne

    Lucien Gavinet (1964)

    Mountain rescue exercises in the Alps near Grenoble. The men of National Security are engaged in training by rescuing one of their own, appropriately blocked on the mountainside. Thanks to a winch and a radio link, a rescuer advances along the wall and hoists the troubled climber onto a stretcher. Then a helicopter picks up the volunteer on his stretcher and takes him into the air. The documentary is a report by the French television broadcasted within the program 'Les coulisses de l'exploit' (Behind the scenes), a monthly sports news program created by Jacques Goddet and Raymond Marcillac, and broadcast on RTF Télévision then on the first channel of the ORTF from December 13, 1961 to August 16, 1972.

    France / 13 min

    Sauvetage en montagne

    Lucien Gavinet

    • 1964
    • France
    • 13 min
    Mountain rescue exercises in the Alps near Grenoble. The men of National Security are engaged in training by rescuing one of their own, appropriately blocked on the mountainside. Thanks to a winch and a radio link, a rescuer advances along the wall and hoists the troubled climber onto a stretcher. Then a helicopter picks up the volunteer on his stretcher and takes him into the air. The documentary is a report by the French television broadcasted within the program 'Les coulisses de l'exploit' (Behind the scenes), a monthly sports news program created by Jacques Goddet and Raymond Marcillac, and broadcast on RTF Télévision then on the first channel of the ORTF from December 13, 1961 to August 16, 1972.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Lionel Terray

    (1965)

    Lionel Terray, the famous French mountain guide, died at the age of 44 on a rock climb in the Vercors, south of Grenoble, on 19 September 1965. This short report is the hommage by the French television, broadcasted one month later within the program 'Les coulisses de l'exploit'. The documentary remembers his alpine career and shows archive images of some of the expeditions he took part in (Annapurna, Chacraraju, Jannu, Mont Huntington) and ends with excerpts of his ascent to Grand Capucin from the film 'Les etoiles du midi', by Marcel Ichac and Jacques Ertaud.

    France / 10 min

    Lionel Terray


    • 1965
    • France
    • 10 min
    Lionel Terray, the famous French mountain guide, died at the age of 44 on a rock climb in the Vercors, south of Grenoble, on 19 September 1965. This short report is the hommage by the French television, broadcasted one month later within the program 'Les coulisses de l'exploit'. The documentary remembers his alpine career and shows archive images of some of the expeditions he took part in (Annapurna, Chacraraju, Jannu, Mont Huntington) and ends with excerpts of his ascent to Grand Capucin from the film 'Les etoiles du midi', by Marcel Ichac and Jacques Ertaud.

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  • Documentary / Live Broadcast

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    En direct du Cervin

    (1965)

    A climb to mark the 100th anniversary of the first ascent of the Matterhorn, live on TV. The programme, a coproduction of the Swiss, French, Italian and British televisions, was shown throughout Europe, in the United States and in Japan in a series of 5 broadcasts between 8 and 16h. This film is the reedited version by the french televison of all the broadcasts in a single program. Ian McNaught-Davis roped with the guide Heinrich Taugwalder and Jean Juge with Robert Bichler narrate the ascent while they climb by the original Whymper route. They follow the progression of Michel Darbellay and Hilti von Allmen who climb the north face by the Schmidt route. All them meet at the summit. Michel Vaucher, Yvette Vaucher and Othmar Kronig who were also ascending the north face are interviewed, and the program ends with the television teams descending the mountain. Ettore Bich and Paul Etter were ascended by the italian side.

    France, Italy, Switzerland, UK / 43 min

    En direct du Cervin


    • 1965
    • France, Italy, Switzerland, UK
    • 43 min
    A climb to mark the 100th anniversary of the first ascent of the Matterhorn, live on TV. The programme, a coproduction of the Swiss, French, Italian and British televisions, was shown throughout Europe, in the United States and in Japan in a series of 5 broadcasts between 8 and 16h. This film is the reedited version by the french televison of all the broadcasts in a single program. Ian McNaught-Davis roped with the guide Heinrich Taugwalder and Jean Juge with Robert Bichler narrate the ascent while they climb by the original Whymper route. They follow the progression of Michel Darbellay and Hilti von Allmen who climb the north face by the Schmidt route. All them meet at the summit. Michel Vaucher, Yvette Vaucher and Othmar Kronig who were also ascending the north face are interviewed, and the program ends with the television teams descending the mountain. Ettore Bich and Paul Etter were ascended by the italian side.

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    Availability

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