It was placed under the direction of Pierre Gaxotte until 1939. En la película "Saving Private Ryan" emplea el Sr. Steven Spielberg una exitosísima canción de Edith Piaf: "Tu es partout" en una notable escena donde el Cabo "Upham" traduce esta canción, que se escucha en el gramófono, a sus pares militares. The antisemitic rhetoric of the paper exploded after the Stavisky Affair and the attempted coup d'état introduced by the far right rally in front of the Palais Bourbon on 6 February 1934 (see: 6 February 1934 crisis).  The following month, it began its German chart run at number 93, taking 24 weeks to reach its highest position, number nine. The extreme attack caused the publishers Fayard to cut links with the paper, and it was sold to a new board - which included the Argentine Charles Lescat (who was, according to his own depiction, "a fascist as genuine as he is calm"). Robert Brasillach was its editor-in-chief from June 1937 to September 1943 (he was to be executed for treason in 1945).  On the final chart week on 2002, it appeared on Norway's chart and rose to number three after four more weeks. An English version of the song titled "You Promised Me" was also released in Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and other countries. It appeared at number 43 on the Swedish Singles Chart on 28 November 2002, then climbed up the listing until it peaked at number one for two weeks in January 2003.  In March 2003, it achieved its peak of number 23 on the Eurochart Hot 100. Tu es partout (2002) Hymme à l'amour (2007) Platinum Collection - Digipack Édith Piaf; La Historia: Box Édith Piaf (2008) Coleção Forever: Édith Piaf (2008) As grandes canções de Édith Piaf. "Tu es foutu" (English: "You're screwed/fucked") is a song by Italian dance singer-songwriter In-Grid. It was published again from 1941, and its ultra-collaborationist stances attracted the harsh criticism of Maurras, who repudiated the paper. An English version of the song titled "You Promised Me" was also released in Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and other countries. To date, "Tu es foutu"/"You Promised Me" remains In-Grid's most successful song worldwide, topping the charts of Greece, Hungary, and Sweden and reaching the top 10 in nine other European countries and Australia. Several of its editors joined either the Parti Populaire Français or the Milice. It clearly supported Benito Mussolini as of October 1932, when Italian politics were awarded a special issue. Journalists of the paper included Lucien Rebatet, Alain Laubreaux , the illustrator Ralph Soupault, and the Belgian correspondent Pierre Daye. It was released in mid 2002 as the lead single from her debut album, Rendez-vous. It continued to be published as late as August 1944 (the moment of the Liberation of Paris). Thus, it held Jacques Doriot in esteem for his attempts to unite the French far right into a single Front.  The song then gained success in Denmark and Finland, reaching number two in the former country and number seven in the latter. Despite its international connections, Je suis partout did not recommend copying over local origin in establishing a Fascist régime: "We will regard foreign fascism only through French fascism, the only real fascism" (14 April 1939). In-Grid tells her lover that she is fed up with his empty promises and says angrily that he is "screwed"/"fucked" (the literal meaning of "tu es foutu" in French). 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Throughout the rest of 2002, the song began to appear on more European charts, starting with Switzerland (May), France (June), Italy (July), and the Netherlands (July), becoming a top-three hit in the last nation. To date, "Tu es foutu"/"You Promised Me" remains In-Grid's most successful song … I am everywhere) was a French newspaper founded by Jean Fayard, first published on 29 November 1930.It was placed under the direction of Pierre Gaxotte until 1939. From 1936, it also opened to Nazism and Adolf Hitler. , In late 2002, "Tu es foutu" began to chart in the Nordic countries. Je suis partout (French pronunciation: [ʒə sɥi paʁtu], lit. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. "Tu Es Partout" This Edith Piaf song (written by Piaf and Marguerite Monnot) was featured in the French film Montmartre sur Seine , which premiered in 1941 and featured Piaf in the role of Lily. The lyrics were written by In-Grid and Marco Soncini, who co-produced the song with Alfredo Larry Pignagnoli.