When he next visited New York, in 1963, Mr. Aznavour had already made it as a singer, songwriter and actor in Europe, but he was still largely unknown in the United States. This time, he was determined to be noticed. He rented Carnegie Hall and, helped by a television appearance on the Jack Parr show and by his starring role in Francois Truffaut’s hit movie ”Shoot the Piano Player,” his concert was a sellout. ”No one knew me, except they had seen the film and they thought I played the piano,” he recalled with amusement. ”I don’t play the piano.” New York Times.