Land of the author Frédéric Dard

  • Frédéric Dard


He was born in Jallieu in 1921 and spent his life in Lyon, Paris and Switzerland. But his heartland was Saint-Chef, where he was buried in June 2000.
Indeed, Frédéric Dard, AKA San-Antonio, had spent part of his childhood in these village streets.
The loquacious author wrote over three hundred books, including two hundred about San-Antonio, as well as plays, films and even an operetta. But it was Béru, the famously colourful deputy of the spirited superintendent San-Antonio, who made Frédéric Dard a legitimate modern Rabelais.
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Latitude : 45.634063
Longitude : 5.366167